The Osnabruck Police confiscated the banned drugs from a vehicle in Lower Saxony.
German police have seized around 5,000 ecstasy tablets shaped like the head of US President Donald Trump, a haul worth tens of thousands of euros.
The pair told officers that they had been in the Netherlands to look at a vehicle they were planning to buy, but inside the auto, authorities said they found 5,000 ecstasy pills and a large amount of cash. The roughly 5,000 pills packed in a handful of bags had a street value of almost $46,000, according to authorities in Osnabrück.
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A 51-year-old man, along with his 17-year-old son, brought the pills into Lower Saxony. The commander in chief's face was stamped on the front and the word "Trump" appeared on the back.
The police also confiscated a "large sum" of cash but did not specify how much.
Dutch-made Donald Trump pills have been showing up for some time on the United Kingdom market, according to reports.
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