Border Agents Find Heroin Stuffed in a Guy's Belly Button

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Customs and Border Protection
That's a belly button full o' heroin.


Ladies and gentlemen, the above photo is a man's belly button stuffed with heroin, in an attempted smuggling attempt in Nogales.

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CBP
The rest of the stash.
Customs and Border Protection says the owner of that belly button, 35-year-old Tucson resident Calvin C. Howard III, actually had a couple more pounds of heroin strapped to his waist when he tried to walk into the United States through a pedestrian gate.

When agents tried to question Howard about the extra (extra) baggage around his waist, Howard tried to run back to Mexico, but the agents were able to take him into custody, according to CBP.

The two packages around his waist, plus the belly-button stash, totaled more than two pounds, according to the agency.

CBP values the heroin at nearly $30,000.

Howard was turned over to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's Homeland Security Investigations.

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OATHKEEPER1958
OATHKEEPER1958

CARTELS PUT HIM UP TO IT.  MORE AND MORE THEY TAKE HONEST WHITE MAN AND FORCE THEM BY GUN POINT TO WALK ACROSS THE BORDER WITH DRUGS.  JUST ANOTHER REASON TO CLOSE THIS BORDER NOW.

Ceda Riggs
Ceda Riggs

remember the heroin stuffed in a ladies boobs Haha

Chelsea Erin Alongi
Chelsea Erin Alongi

This is almost as bad as the woman with 166 different things in her vagina after robbing a house lol

Andy Romero
Andy Romero

"No no, I can fit a little bit more, I still have a whole belly button worth of space to fill."

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