German police seized 5,000 ecstasy pills Monday that bore a striking resemblance to President Donald Trump.
The orange pills featured Trump’s face, complete with his trademark hairstyle, reported NL Times. Police pulled over a father, 57, with his 17-year-old son on the A30 near Osnabrück, Germany while they were driving back from the Netherlands.
“During the search of the vehicle police found about 5,000 ecstasy tablets with the portrait of the American president … the purchase value of the tablets amounts to approximately 11,000 euros (about $12,900); the sales value amounts to approximately 39,000 euros,” said police in an official statement according to CNN.
Police released a picture of the pills below.
Police also believe that the drugs originally originated from the Netherlands, and were going to be sold as a party drug, reported BBC.
The father and son were arrested and are currently in custody.
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