Two women were suspicious of their walk, security told them to take off their clothes to investigate, and then what happened…
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Two women were suspicious of their walk, security told them to take off their clothes to investigate, and then what happened…

Bombay. The Customs Department has confiscated a total of 32.79 kg of gold worth Rs 19.15 crore hidden in the underwear and luggage of two foreign women in separate boxes at the Mumbai International Airport.

The Mumbai airport customs office was a great success. The police arrested two foreign women. According to information obtained from sources, around 32.69 kg of gold worth Rs 19 crore 15 lakh in the market was seized from them. Official sources revealed that both women smuggled a significant amount of gold by hiding it in their underwear and handbags.

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Briefing the media on Tuesday, a customs officer said that after landing at the Shivaji Maharaj International Airport on Monday, there was suspicion of the movement of two female passengers from African countries. Based on suspicions, customs officers searched them, initially nothing was found, but after further investigation, they found around 32 kg of illegal gold, which is worth around Rs 19 crore in the market.

When providing information, customs officers said that both women hid the gold in their handbags and underwear. Both foreigners have been detained and are currently being intensively interrogated. Police further said that both women are probably from the African country of Kenya. They flew from Nairobi to Mumbai.

Tags: Gold smuggling case, Mumbai airport, Mumbai Police