Five Taiwanese men confess to trafficking HK$5.9 million worth of Ice and ketamine to Hong Kong from Cambodia

Men said strangers offered a free trip to Cambodia and HK$25,000 in cash. Sentences to be handed down on May 7.

Five Taiwanese men on Thursday admitted to trafficking more than HK$5.9 million worth of illegal drugs into Hong Kong after strangers gave them a free trip to Cambodia and promised a cash reward.

High Court heard the five men, aged between 18 and 24, were arrested on October 10, 2017, at Hong Kong International Airport by customs officers who found bags of suspected drugs wrapped around their bodies.

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