Pigeons used to smuggle drugs seized in Iran
Police have seized 100 carrier pigeons in western Iran used to smuggle drugs.
Anti-narcotics officers seized homing pigeons trained for delivering drugs carried in small blue plastic bags attached to their legs.
"The individual involved in selling drugs would put the substances in the boxes attached to the legs of these pigeons, which were trained to deliver them to another location in Kermanshah. Up to 100 drug-smuggling pigeons have been seized by the police," the IRNA news agency reported.