Icelandic customs authorities at Keflavík International Airport report a considerable increase in the illegal importation of steroids, both in liquid and tablet form, to Iceland in the last six months.
Last week, customs seized around a liter of steroids—enough for 2,000 dosages—which was sent to Iceland by post, the package which was marked as containing nut oil, visir.is reports.
In November, a man was caught with 35,000 steroid tablets and 500 ampoules arriving at Keflavík International Airport. Packages containing steroids were also among those seized by customs in the lead-up to Christmas.
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