Drug traffickers carried cocaine and crystal meth worth $106 million in a trim moldings car.
Bentley Authorities in Australia say that a vintage Bentley was found to be transporting illegal narcotics worth $106 million.
Authorities from the border patrol investigated the car and found crystal meth and cocaine inside.
Four people have been taken into custody and are facing charges in relation to the event.
Authorities claim that a 1960 Bentley was used to smuggle $106 million worth of dangerous drugs into Australia.
When the vintage car arrived by sea freight earlier this month at Port Botany in Sydney, New South Wales, it contained 161 kilogrammes of crystal meth (methamphetamine) and 30 kilogrammes of cocaine.
Officials from the Australian Border Force used an x-ray machine to scan the elegant silver Bentley S2 when it arrived at the port and found the class A narcotics there.