These Two Smokes Brought $20 Million In Blow On Their Cruise Liner

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Two young Canadian women were arrested Sunday with more than $20 million worth of cocaine while on a cruise liner vacationing around the world.

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Isabelle Lagacé, 28, and Melina Roberce, 22, are now facing life in prison. After stopping in Sydney, Australia, authorities found a combined 200 pounds of cocaine in their suitcases, and 63-year-old fellow Canadian Andre Jorge Tamine’s luggage.

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The drug seizure was the largest ever for a passenger cruise or airline, the Canada Journal reports.

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Four different law enforcement teams collaborated to investigate and apprehend the globetrotters: The Canada Border Services Agency, the New Zealand Customs Service, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the Australian Border Force and Federal Police.

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Like many millennials, the two thoroughly documented their global adventures and merrymaking. Roberge’s Instagram page said “currently traveling,” as of Friday.

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