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Man Hide 12 Bars of Gold Where the Sun Don’t Shine!

An Indian man was arrested on suspicion of smuggling gold after customs officers saw him walking in a suspicious manner after walking off a plane in Hyderabad.

Officials searched his bags and found eight gold bars weighing a total of 800 grams hidden inside LED lights.

However, suspicious customs officers decided to x-ray the suspect and discovered a further 12 bars of gold which had been inserted before boarding the four-and-a-half hour flight from Singapore to Hyderabad.

In total, the man was carrying 2kg of gold worth an estimated £70,000.

The man arrived at Rajiv Gandhi airport in Hyderabad around 1am on Sunday.

Gold in India is worth significantly more than it is in either Singapore or Dubai meaning it is an attractive commodity for smugglers.

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