Cocaine found under food carts on a plane at Pearson

You don't get this during 'drink service' on a regular flight.

The Canada Border Services Agency says they've seized seven kilograms of cocaine, found stuffed under an airplane's catering cart at Toronto's Pearson International Airport.

The find was made on Wednesday, February 8th.

CBSA officials, couldn't say where the flight originated from, but told NEWSTALK1010, they believed it came from the Carribean.


It was only after anomolies were noticed on the carts, did investigators take on a more extensive investigation, eventually finding the seven brick-shaped packages.

The powder inside tested positive for cocaine.

No arrests have been made.

The agency says it's seized almost 16 hundred kilos of cocaine in the GTA in the last year.