Bricklayer Martin Neil (top left), from Poole, Dorset, was among four men who brazenly brought more than 500 kilos of the Class-A drug into Britain after claiming they were on an ‘all expenses paid trip’ to see popstar Bruno Mars. They were stopped by suspicious border officials at private Farnborough Airport in January and 513 blocks of cocaine were found in their luggage (inset, bottom left). CCTV caught the moment border guards discovered the huge haul of the drugs while going through their bags (main image). Italian Alessandro Iembo (centre left) and Spaniards Victor Franco-Lorenzo (top right) and Jose Ramon Miguelez-Botas (centre right) were also part of the gang.
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