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Three Kenyan women arrested at Mumbai Airport on suspicion of gold smuggling

| Updated: August 20, 2021 12:05

Smugglers try various techniques to smuggle gold. In which a shocking case of smuggling of gold from private parts has come to light in Mumbai.

The Mumbai Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) has recovered about a kilogram of gold from the private parts of three Kenyan women caught at the airport. It was learned that the women were smuggling gold and were intercepted at Mumbai Airport Terminal 2.

According to NCB zonal director Sameer Wankhede, when three women who arrived in Mumbai from Doha at the CSMI airport on August 17, nothing was found from them during the inspection of their luggage. This was followed by a detailed interrogation on the spot. There was a great deal of discomfort inside them. So they requested medical help. Accordingly, they were brought for treatment at Sir JJ Hospital and have been under medical supervision ever since.

The medical examination of the three women revealed that they had something hidden inside the vagina and rectum. Under the supervision of doctors, a total of 937.78 grams of gold was extracted from the private parts of three women. There were 13 packets in total, including a total of 17 gold pieces.

Pieces of gold ranged in weight from about 20 grams to about 100 grams. The women have been identified as Mahmoud Khuresha Ali (61), Abdullahi Abdia Adan (43) and Ali Sadia Alo (45). The NCB has handed over the case to Customs Department for further investigation.

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