Drug bust at 2022 FIFA World Cup as Qatari customs officers seize almost 2000 tramadol pills

Drug bust at the World Cup as Qatari customs officers ‘foil the smuggling’ of almost TWO THOUSAND opiate pills notorious for being abused by footballers

Qatari customs officers have allegedly caught a smuggler with almost 2000 opiate pills just two days after the World Cup started in the Middle East.

The bust unfolded at the Hamad International Airport, with 464.5 grams of hashish reportedly seized in addition to 1,990 tramadol pills.

Customs officers suspected a passenger was carrying the drugs before inspecting their luggage.

The passenger,…

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