Bricks of cocaine stamped with the Youtube logo were confiscated by authorities in Uruguay. The 444-kilo South African drug bust was the largest in that part of Uruguay.
It’s no secret that Youtube is very addictive, and most people get super glued to their TVs or phones watching it. We also know that cocaine is a very addictive and dangerous drug, which is probably why these drug lords decided to go with that logo.
The two drivers, 36 and 24 years old, were arrested, along with the 20-year-old alleged person who guided them to where the 444 kilos were dropped, according to the local Uruguayan newspaper “La Diaria.”
“If it were divided into doses in the national market, it would go for $7 million (USD), Police Chief Guillermo Maciel. “The same drugs sold in Europe are $15 million.”
The use of business logos on packages of drugs is common around Latin America, according to VICE.