Meth worth $39million found in olive oil bottles as accused bikie is arrested in Fairfield, Sydney

$39million worth of meth is found floating in litres of olive oil as cops charge accused bikie with allegedly sneaking the drugs into Australia

  • A $39million haul of liquid methamphetamines was seized by AFP in Sydney
  • The foreign shipment was discovered in huge bottles of extra-virgin olive oil
  • Australian Federal Police allegedly found the stash in a truck in Fairfield, Sydney  
  • A 29-year-old man was charged with allegedly importing drugs into Australia 
  • The 281kg of drugs was allegedly found last July from a joint AFP investigation 

A massive $39million haul of illicit drugs has been discovered floating in large bottles of olive oil as a man with alleged links to outlaw motorcycle gangs is charged. 

The 281kg stash of liquid methamphetamine…

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