Customs officials at Václav Havel Airport, Prague, have discovered around 120 grams of amphetamines hidden in a computer laptop sent by post from Mexico. The discovery was made at the end of July, but was only announced on Thursday. According to airports customs spokesperson Šárka Miškovská, the drugs were wrapped in aluminum pouches and intended for a Czech addressee. So far this year, customs officials at Prague airport have intercepted 195 inbound drugs sent via the post, according to ČTK.
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