SAA air hostess given 7 years for drug smuggling
Elphia Dlamini, the SAA air hostess who was arrested in June for attempting to smuggle 3kg of cocaine into the UK, was sentenced to seven years in prison on Friday. A sniffer dog called "Clever Trevor" caught her out at customs at London Heathrow. Peter Avery of the UK Border Agency said: "This drug smuggling attempt is particularly serious because this woman has sought to abuse her position, thinking the UK Border Agency would pay less attention to airline and airport staff." Read more: Sapa, via TimesLive
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