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Weirdness: 5,000 Ecstasy Tabs Look Like Trump

Weirdness: 5,000 Ecstasy Tabs Look Like Trump

Currently, there is no word from the German press or local police as to why someone would stamp that much ecstasy in the shape of Trump's head.

BY CHRISTOPHER HANNEMANN

Police in Osnabrück in Lower Saxony, Germany, pulled over a car with suspicious Austrian license plates on Saturday and found over 5,000 tabs of ecstasy, all in the color and shape of President Donald Trump’s head, according to The Guardian News.

According to Deutsche Presse-Agentur press-portal, the occupants of the car, a 51-year-old man and his 17-year-old son, told officers they were returning from a trip to the Netherlands where they were trying to buy a car.

Officers felt the story suspicious and had the car searched, which is when they found the tablets. The tablets are all bright orange and stamped with Trump’s face on one side and his name on the other. Estimated street value is €39,000, or about $45,000 in U.S. currency, according to the Osnabrück police Facebook page.

It should be noted that ecstasy is made with a candy stamping tool. Such a stamp would have had to be custom-made for this product.

Currently, there is no word from the German press or local police as to why someone would stamp that much ecstasy in the shape of Trump’s head or who the intended target audience for the drugs are. ABQ Free Press attempted to contact the Osnabrück police via Facebook asking if they had any idea what this specific shape, but they have not yet responded.

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Dennis Domrzalski is managing editor of ABQ Free Press. Reach him at dennis@freeabq.com.

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