Girls arrested for coke smuggling while being on luxury voyage

Girls arrested for coke smuggling while being on luxury voyage

– Two Canadian women were arrested with almost 100 kilograms of cocaine while travelling on luxury cruise ship

– Now they face life sentences in prison

On Sunday, two Quebecois women were arrested with over $30 million worth of cocaine when they docked in Sydney, Australia. They have been traveling the world on luxury cruise ship the MS Sea Princess for last two months.

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Girls arrested for coke smuggling while being on luxury voyage

Now 22-year-old Meina Roberge and 28-year-old Isabelle Lagacé face life in prison after Australian police found a combined 200 pounds of cocaine in their suitcases – Australia’s largest ever cocaine bust on a boat or plane.

Police also found cocaine in the suitcase of 63-year-old Quebecer Andre Jorge Tamine, whose connection to the girls remains unclear.

Girls arrested for coke smuggling while being on luxury voyage

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Roberge documented most of the journey on her Instagram which included sipping coconuts on a sandy beach and ATV riding.

Of course, buying $30 million worth cocaine wasn’t flashed on her feed. But you can still see this picture shot by the Department of Immigration in Australia.

Girls arrested for coke smuggling while being on luxury voyage

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