BREAKING NEWS: Venezuelan charged for smuggling cash in his stomach

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BREAKING NEWS: Venezuelan charged for smuggling cash in his stomach

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PRESS RELEASE – On Friday, December 4, 2015 about 12:01 a.m. police conducted an operation at a hotel situated in the North of the island.

During the operation, a search conducted in the room of Reglio Jesus Patino Reyes, a Venezuelan national, revealed the sum of USD$7,610.00, EURO €17,950.00, Bolivars VEF 4,020.00 , six dollars in Chinese currency (CNY 6) and EC$5.00.

Reyes was taken to the Victoria Hospital where he was given a laxative resulting in the expulsion of thirty one (31) rolls of cash equivalent to EURO €14,000.00.

On Tuesday, December 8, 2015 police formally charged Reyes for the offence of Money Laundering.

He made an appearance before the First District Court on Wednesday, December 9, 2015 where the matter was adjourned to January 14, 2016.

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  1. A bit of humor.

    Money laundering is going in dirty and coming out clean (laundered).

    If you smuggle money by ingestion it sure won't come out clean (laundered)!

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  2. I guess that since the money was in his stomach and boyo (intestines), which are not the cleanest parts of his anatomy, then this cash will require some laundering before people can touch or use it,

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  3. some ppl really taking some ridiculous chances ee....chupps....next tym go n sell by the market you wont be charged for money laundering

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