Man denied entry to B’dos expels ganja pellets in Kingston
A man who left Jamaica for Barbados earlier this week, was arrested on his return to the island Wednesday after he was denied entry to that country.
The police say he had ingested 45 pellets of ganja.
Reports from the police are that narcotics detectives searched him when he was leaving the island but nothing was detected.
Upon reaching Barbados, he was reportedly refused landing and returned to Jamaica the following day.
His actions are said to have aroused the suspicion of security personnel at the Norman Manley International Airport in Kingston, and they alerted the police.
The man was accosted, questioned and taken to hospital where he was X-rayed. He then reportedly expelled the 45 pellets of ganja.
He was subsequently arrested, however the police say his identity is being withheld pending further investigations.