Two women arrested at Don Mueang for smuggling yaba in genitalia

Two women were arrested today at Don Mueang Airport with a total of over 3,000 meth pills stored in their respective vaginas.

Anu Ma-Yer, 28, and Sukanda Chue-Mue, 26, were detained and searched after their flight landed in Bangkok.

After what must have been a very thorough search, police discovered 3,473 speed pills stuffed in condoms and hidden in the two women’s genitalia.

The women admitted to smuggling the drugs for a dealer in Bangkok. Police then set up a sting operation and arrested Sorapong Wongkam, 31, at a department store in Ramkamheang area with over 60,000 more speed tablets.

Immigration police said that they had received a tip yesterday that the women would be bringing the drugs from Chiang Rai to the capital, the Bangkok Post reported. 

Don Mueang police said that drug dealers are using hill tribe women from the North to mule drugs in their private parts, and that they arrested a woman last month carrying 6,000 pills in that way.

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