German police intercept 5000 Trump-shaped ecstasy pills stamped with NL

German police intercept 5,000 Trump-shaped ecstasy pills stamped with NL on the A30 near Osnabrück 21 Aug 2017

Around 9 p.m. on Saturday, according to the statement, the men were pulled over during a traffic stop while traveling in an Austrian-registered Peugeot 307 auto along A30, a highway that runs adjacent to Osnabruck. NL is stamped on the back of the pills, Osnabrück police said on Facebook.

The vehicle, driven by a 56-year-old man and carrying his 17-year-old son, was stopped on Sunday evening by German traffic police during a random traffic stop.

The 57-year-old father and 17-year-old son were pulled over near Osnabrück.

Those pills were also believed to have come from the Netherlands, according to the Daily Star.

The total street value of the huge stash of drugs seized in Germany was reportedly estimated at €39,000 ($46,000).

The police also confiscated a "large sum" of cash but did not specify how much.

Perhaps the most ironic element of this trend is that the President's pompadour should be the chosen shape for a drug known for producing warm and fuzzy feelings and an abundance of empathy, two things notably lacking in the US after a divisive election and wave after wave of controversy.

Dutch-made Donald Trump pills have been showing up for some time on the United Kingdom market, according to reports.

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