In Bourgas Airport (Bulgaria) a young man was arrested for cocaine smuggling, while using an empty iPod Nano case for carrying stuff.

The original iPod LCD screen was replaced with its paper imitation — a printed image of a working iPod, playing Dr. Alban’s “No coke” song.

An amount of approximately 7 grams of cocaine was seized. It is still unknown, whether it was full iPod Nano capacity or it was already slightly “discharged”.

This is first known accident with iPod Nano case used as personal drug container. It certainly beats Kate Moss idea of using Faberge egg for keeping cocaine.

Comment by Zippo

Posted on December 29th, 2006

i put my rolling papers in my iPod case..
ahh the use of technology =]

Comment by kryszpin

Posted on December 30th, 2006

hm, this is 80GB iPod Video, not Nano.

Comment by Rodger

Posted on December 30th, 2006

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Comment by jasper

Posted on November 12th, 2007

lol thats funny, its so wrong couldnt he have used another song what did he think theyd wouldnt check it out once they say the “no coke” song “playing”

Comment by Bush

Posted on December 7th, 2007

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