Smugglers Stash Minion-Shaped Ecstasy Pills In Children's Drawing Kit

Just plain despicable.

02/23/2016 10:11 am ET
National Customs Service of Chile
Ecstasy pills shaped like tiny Minions were confiscated in Chile last week, authorities there said.

Officials have found more than 100 Minion-shaped ecstasy pills hidden inside a children's drawing kit in Chile.

Officers confiscated the multicolored tablets, shaped like the adorably mischievous characters who made their debut in "Despicable Me," at Santiago International Airport, Chilean authorities announced Thursday.

They were bound for the coastal city of Vina del Mar from the Netherlands, Infobae reported.

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A little more than 100 tablets were found stashed inside of a children's drawing kit, pictured

Police placed a Chilean and an Argentine man under house arrest at a Vina del Mar apartment.

In another bust that Chilean authorities announced the same day, they showcased three colorful backpacks they say smugglers used to transport about a pound of methamphetamine in a false bottom.

National Customs Service of Chile
Authorities say they found about a pound of meth inside these three backpacks

Authorities said those drugs were bound for Sydney, Australia, from Cali, Colombia.

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