In the course of recent months, blocks of cocaine with a road estimation of millions have been cleaning up in eastern beach front regions in the Philippines.

In the most recent occurrence, seven speculated cocaine blocks were discovered drifting almost a shoreline in Quezon area on Sunday.

Furthermore, in May, 39 blocks with an expected estimation of more than $4m (£3m) were found by anglers.

Police have said it’s possible the drugs were bound for Australia, where there’s strong demand for cocaine.

But as yet there’s no definitive answer as to why these tightly bound drug packets are appearing along the coast.


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