Breaking Bad drug crystal meth and pipe are found inside Home Office toilet
- Police descended on the Home Office after Crystal meth was found in a toilet
- The drug was discovered by security guards alongside a pipe in a disabled loo
- It comes as new Home Secretary Sajid Javid posed for a photo with a sniffer dog
The revelation was made as new Home Secretary Sajid Javid posed for a photo with a sniffer dog at Heathrow Airport
Police descended on the Home Office after Crystal meth was found in a toilet, it has emerged.
The drug, which featured in the hit TV series Breaking Bad, was found by security guards alongside a pipe in a disabled toilet.
The revelation was made as new Home Secretary Sajid Javid, who was appointed a fortnight ago following Amber Rudd’s resignation, posed for a photo with a sniffer dog at Heathrow Airport.
Mr Javid posted the picture on Twitter with the message: ‘We have impressive four-legged friends helping sniff out drugs, cash and illicit goods. Go Trigger!’
According to the Sunday Mirror, the drug was found on May 3 at the Home Office’s Marsham Street headquarters.
Some 5,000 staff work in the building.
It was the third such incident to occur in six months at the Home Office – which is the lead department for the nationwide war on drug use.
Yet police decided not to launch a full investigation – the reason for this was not know by Government officials.
It was the third such incident to occur in six months at the Home Office – which ensures the nationwide war on drug use
An insider said: ‘Everyone in the building is talking about this. We’re the lead department in the war against illegal drugs so it’s hugely embarrassing when they’re found under our noses.
‘Our job is to break the bad guys, not to feature in an episode of Breaking Bad.’
Last year a crystal meth and pipe were discovered in another Home Office disabled toilet and just a month ago cocaine was found elsewhere in the building.
The Met Police told the newspaper: ‘A small quantity of suspected class A drugs were found discarded in a communal area.
‘The substance was seized by officers and taken to a local police station. Advice was provided to security staff. No suspects have been identified at this time’.
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