Police in San Adres, a Colombian island in the Caribbean, arrested three women posing as nuns. They had $35,000 worth of cocaine underneath their habits as they entered the island at the San Adres airport.
“They weren’t really religious, they weren’t nuns. On the contrary, they were taking advantage of this situation,” San Andres police commissioner Jorge Gomez told RCN TV.
According to the police official, the drugs — 60,000 doses — had a street value of $35,470 and was likely to be distributed locally.