Cocaine found in Kinder Surprise

A shopper at a supermarket in Verviers must have had the surprise of his or her life on Monday when they found cocaine in a chocolate egg of the Kinder Surprise brand.

It remains unclear who left the Kinder Surprise filled with cocaine at the supermarket. The unsuspecting purchaser discovered no fewer than six bags filled with a suspicious-looking powder in the confectionary that usually contains a gadget.

Verviers police seized both packets and the egg and discovered that they were holding 3 grams of cocaine.

(The supermarket depicted is not the one referred to in our story.)