If you want to hide your drugs, a good policy to follow is to stick it where the sun don’t shine. While some slide their drugs in their bum, it is not uncommon for drug dealers to use women to act as drug mules, using their vaginas as a stash spots for drug packs. It is believed that this is a safer means of transport, because authorities are less likely to search women’s privates. However, there have been a couple of instances of women overseas being caught trying to smuggle blow in their body’s natural stash box.
The most recent instance of women doing this comes from a story out of St. Lucian. Andree Willy, 43, and Chermisa Wheeler, 38, were busted as they tried to get on a plane to their native Guyana at Cheddi Jagan International Airport. After a pat down, Willy and Wheeler were found to have packs of cocaine wrapped in plastic measuring up to up to eight inches stashed in their vaginal canals. The most recent reports say that Wheeler had three ounces and Willy had ten ounces. Wheeler has been sentenced to for 48 months in jail and fined G$79,200. Willy got 50 months and was fined G$268,200.
This follows the arrest of a 73-year-old woman busted trying to smuggle cocaine, heroin and tranquilizer in her vagina into Fontcalent Prison in Alicante in Spain. She used the plastic “Kinder Egg” found inside Kinder Surprise chocolate treat,
stuffed into a condom. She took out the toy that commonly comes in the plastic egg with the drugs along with some cash (a total value of around $88) for her son who is doing time there. The elderly woman got nervous before she was patted down and gave herself up. She was sentenced to 21 months in jail and fined 41 Euros (about $44).
Looks like the laws are hip to this method. Drug dealers will surely find another way to get their packs from Point A to Point B.