Not only are they snuggly, they’re smuggly:
Spanish police have arrested a Venezuelan veterinarian wanted by the US for allegedly trafficking heroin by implanting it in puppies.
Andres Lopez Elorza was arrested on Saturday in the northwestern town of Santa Comba, where he had been hiding after the National Court authorized his extradition last month, a Civil Guard spokesman on Tuesday said.
So simple. Seal it in a bag, seal the bag under the dog’s fur. (What’s the next step beyond the death penalty?)
Police said Colombian authorities discovered 6.6 lb of heroin implanted in three puppies during a 2005 raid on a clinic the vet ran in Medellín.
The statement said the vet was a member of drug-trafficking gang that used dogs to send liquid heroin from Colombia to the United States.
“Venezuelan news,” says Fausta, “have become the stuff Werner Herzog movies are made of.” Ouch.