Cocaine found in the food carts of a plane in Toronto. The Canada Border Services Agency announced that it had seized seven kilograms of cocaine from trolleys used to distribute food on board an aircraft.
The agency says it discovered earlier this month by conducting a routine inspection of a plane that landed at Toronto's Pearson International Airport.
The officers noticed something unusual about the restoration carts and examined them more closely.
They finally found seven brick-shaped packages containing white powder wrapped in plastic.
The packages were transported to a laboratory, where tests showed that it was indeed cocaine, customs officials said.
The agency did not disclose more details about the origin of the packages or about possible charges in connection with this case.