Hong Kong police make biggest-ever ketamine bust, seizing HK$437 million worth of the drug hidden inside macaroni packages

HONG KONG police have made their biggest-ever seizure of ketamine, uncovering a 682kg stash with an estimated street value of HK$437 million (US$56 million).

The haul, shipped into the city from Pakistan in packages labelled “macaroni”, contained more of the illicit drug than was seized in any single year since 2007, Chief Superintendent Lam Man-han of the Narcotics Bureau said on Friday.

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