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If you think your morning toilet time is difficult, it’s nothing compared to this 38-year-old Malaysian man who took the biggest dump of his life when he was detained by the Australian police.

How big of a dump?

Try SIXTEEN pellets of heroin.

via GIPHY

The man who arrived at Avalon Airport in Victoria from a Kuala Lumpur flight was found full of, well, not sh*t after he was stopped by the Australian Border Force (ABF) for baggage examination.

Heroin pellets in bio sealed evidence
(Picture Credit: Australian Federal Police)

They found two black pellets in his bag which read positive for heroin in a presumptive test. That tipped them off to do a… thorough examination of the man.

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First, out came three pellets. Then, the motherload… 13 pellets, all containing heroin.

Heroin Pellets
(Picture Credit: Australian Federal Police)

He was carrying approximately 700 grams of the druggy substance in his bowels!

Picture Credit: Lone Wolf Saga/Tumblr

For the crappy crime, he is now charged with importing a marketable quantity of a border-controlled drug, according to section 307.2 of the Australian Criminal Code 1995 (Cth). The maximum penalty for this offence is 25 years imprisonment.

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The Australian Federal Police (AFP) still managed to find some humour in the sh*tuation, though, releasing a punny post of the incident on Facebook, along with some “gut-wrenching” comments.

Picture Credit: Australian Federal Police/Facebook
Picture Credit: Australian Federal Police/Facebook
Picture Credit: Australian Federal Police/Facebook

Remember kids, it’s just not worth jeopardising your entire future just to earn some extra cash.

Picture Credit: MEME
(Man arrested for attempted internal heroin importation through Avalon Airport)

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