Police in Albuquerque in the state of Mexico in the UNITED states got the coffee wrong in the neck, as they yesterday arrested a man who had saved 44 stolen diamonds at a place in the body where the sun never shines.
The unusual police matter took as its starting point, when the police in Alberquerque routinely stopped a man who drove a motorbike without number plates.
It turned out to be the 23-year-old Eusebio Padilla, who was quickly arrested and put in handcuffs by a police officer Daniel DeGraff. But while Eusebio was handcuffed, managed he yet to remove a bag from his backside, which he let fall down on the ground in the hope that the police saw nothing. But they did so. And in the bag police found the whole of the 44 small diamonds.
It writes several media outlets including the Albuquerque Journal and the AP
The young man had 44 diamonds in the anus. Model (Photo: Maxim Shemetov)
Now 23-year-old Eusebio Padilla in custody and charged for tampering with evidence in the form of to hide the stolen diamonds in the anus, as well as for various traffic offences including driving without a license plate.
Eusebio Padilla has to police explained that he got the stolen diamonds inherited from his uncle. Eusebio Padilla was on his way to sell the diamonds, so he could buy drugs.
In the charges is the following:
'Based on the unusual behavior to hide the diamonds in a bag, usually used for drugs, and subsequently to store the diamonds in the anus. And then try to get rid of the diamonds. So we must note that Padilla must have known that the diamonds were stolen.'