Cannabis concealed in dog food leads to multi-million-dollar bust

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CAD$4.16 million) worth of cannabis flower hidden inside bags of dog food in his van, South China Morning Post reports. Despite the risk of harsh penalties, cannabis trafficking in Hong Kong is on a massive upswing. However, import, possession, sale, transportation, and cultivation of THC-containing cannabis and/or cannabis products constitute a serious criminal offence under the Dangerous Drugs Ordinance. Compared to other Asian countries, Hong Kong has more relaxed cannabis laws — the sale of various products containing CBD and other cannabinoids is legal. Scooby Doo’s dream van has become one Hong Kong man’s legal nightmare.

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Scooby Doo’s dream van has become one Hong Kong man’s legal nightmare.

The unnamed man, 49, has been arrested and could be facing life in prison after authorities discovered HK$26.7 million (approx. CAD$4.16 million) worth of cannabis flower hidden inside bags of dog food in his van, South China Morning Post reports.

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