An elderly couple in Australia signed for a package that was sent to them by mistake last Wednesday, and found 44 pounds of meth inside, worth $10 million.
So they called the cops, and they busted the 21-year-old guy it was intended for.
A 21-year-old Melbourne man has been charged after police seized a large quantity of the drug ice which was incorrectly delivered to an elderly couple.
Zhiling Ma was arrested and has since been charged with importing a marketable quantity of a border controlled drug.
Police were contacted by the couple in the Werribee area after mistakenly signing for a package containing several bags of white powder about 1pm yesterday.
Authorities alleged the parcel contained about 20kg of methylamphetamine, carrying an estimated street value of $10 million.
"They were unsure, they asked each other if they ordered anything," said Detective Acting Senior Sargent Matthew Kershaw.
"When you think about it, $10 million worth of drugs sent to the wrong address, that's quite incredible to comprehend that someone could be that sloppy," said Det Snr Sgt Kershaw.
Investigators then raided an address in Maroondah Terrace, Bundoora last night seizing another 20kg of ice.
A 21-year-old Bundoora man has been charged with importing a marketable quantity of a border controlled drug.
Have you ever had the wrong package delivered to your house?