BANGKOK, 24 January 2013 (NNT) – The Customs Department has recently seized two smuggled cars, other products, and animals considered endangered; worth altogether over 150 million baht.
Customs Department Director-General Benja Louicharoen has reported the result of a raid on a transport company in Phra Pradaeng, Samut Prakan. According to her, the officials found a large number of contraband goods including clothes, bags, cell phones, sex toys, amphetamines, marijuana, valium (pills used to treat anxiety disorders), alcoholic beverages, protected plants, birds on endangered species list, and fuel oil. All of the merchandise, worth 94 million baht, were smuggled and waiting to be distributed elsewhere.
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