A New Mexico man faces a number of expenses after police discovered over 4 dozen diamonds in a bag inside his anal cavity that he allegedly deliberate on buying and selling for medication, KOB four reported.

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Twenty-three-year-old Eusebio Padilla was arrested on expenses together with receiving stolen property and tampering with proof after what started as a routine site visitors cease on April 7. Police pulled him over for allegedly driving a motorbike with out a license plate.

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Police stated they noticed a knife on Padilla and patted him down. He was caught trying to take away “a saggy” from his rear in some unspecified time in the future throughout the site visitors cease, in accordance with a legal grievance filed in Albuquerque’s Metropolitan Courtroom.

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Police stated they discovered 44 diamonds contained in the bag recovered from Padilla’s rectum. The person allegedly informed officers that he obtained the jewels from his uncle who “normally has stolen gadgets,” KOB four reported.

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The legal grievance alleges that Padilla deliberate on buying and selling the uncommon gems for medication. It isn’t recognized if Padilla has an legal professional.

The Related Press contributed to this report.

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