Emotional video demonstrates the strained minute a U.S. Coast Guard administration part ceased a presumed cocaine-sneaking submarine ― by jumping onto the speeding, semi-submerged vessel.
The unidentified official hops onto the submarine deck and beats on the incubate until an inhabitant opens it up in the heart-beating cut the U.S. Coast Guard shared online Thursday.
The group of the Coast Guard Cutter Munro ceased the supposed bootleggers in the eastern Pacific Ocean on June 18, as indicated by an official statement.
Five individuals were confined and an expected 17,000 pounds of cocaine were seized in the activity, announced Fox News.
The sub, which the Coast Guard portrayed as "a reason construct pirating vessel," was "intended to hold huge amounts of booty while avoiding location by law implementation specialists," the Coast Guard said.
Coast Guard authorities on Thursday offloaded some $569 million worth of medications — including 39 tons of cocaine and 1,000 pounds of weed — at San Diego's Naval Air Station North Island that had been seized from 14 vessels off the banks of Mexico, Central and South America since May.
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