Two Nigerians have been arrested in Australia for allegedly importing more than 40 kilograms of methamphetamine which they concealed inside bar fridges and DVD players.
The suspects, Chibuike Anyasor and Iwuchukwu Odemegwo, 51, appeared in the Melbourne Magistrates Court on Friday.
Police described Anyasor as a key figure in the drug importation syndicate.
He was however, charged with importing and attempting to possess methamphetamine.
Odemegwo, on the other hand, reports say was charged for attempting to be in possession of commercial quantity of methamphetamine.
They are however to face maximum penalty of life imprisonment if found guilty.