Saturday, January 30, 2010
By Steven L. Taylor

Via the AFP:  Colombian police seizes cocaine-stuffed cookies

Colombian sniffer dogs smelled something that was just not right: cocaine-stuffed cookies that were about to be shipped to Barcelona, police said Saturday.

A total of five kilograms (11 pounds) of the drug were concealed in 10 packs of cookies, counternarcotics police said in a statement.

Not your average biscuit, "the cream was taken out of the cookies and replaced with compressed bleached cocaine to avoid suspicion from counternarcotics units," it added.

That’s no sugar high, amigo.

This made me think of the following (which also inspired the title):

The relevant part is the clip of the old commercial, which I remember from when I was a kid.  The whole concept (“open up a cookie, a Drox filled cookie, open and say “hi Drox!”) was one that I always thought a bit odd, although really the pertinent drug for the creators of those commercials was more likely LSD than cocaine.

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