Thousands of Trump-shaped ecstasy pills seized in Germany

Police made the discovery of Trump-shaped ecstasy tablets in the northwestern German state of Lower Saxony, according to a post by police officials on Facebook.

German authorities arrested a father and his teenage son for allegedly carrying bags full of the psychedelic party drug ecstasy that featured President Donald Trump's likeness, police said in a statement.

Two men, a 51 year old and his 17 year old son, were arrested and appeared in court on Sunday.

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The unidentified men reportedly claimed they were driving toward the city of Hanover from the Netherlands, the place where the police believe these drugs were produced.

Thousands of orange ecstasy pills in the shape of Donald Trump's head were grabbed in Germany. However, once police found the stash of drugs and the cash, they were taken into custody.

The two were on their way back from the Netherlands, where they wanted to buy a auto, they told the police. The Daily Star reported that one seller, who was not identified, was marketing the pills with the tagline "Trump makes partying great again", a play on the president's "Make America Great Again" slogan. British tabloids reported last month that the pills, reportedly made in both pink and orange, were flooding the United Kingdom illegal drugs market.

  • Megan Austin