A DELIVEROO-style drugs menu with a £2 delivery charge and a "no Sundays" rule a chemsex ring used to run their £3million empire can be revealed today.
Brazilian husband and wife Diego Da Souza Arruda Reis, 35, and Suellen Miguez, 36, funded a lavish lifestyle after making millions from their sophisticated drug business.
The couple utilised technology to provide a dial-for-drugs delivery service with dozens of moped couriers dubbed the "Asphalt Angels".
Drivers were organised into different WhatsApp groups and delivered to customers who picked drugs from a menu.
Reis and Miguez were both jailed for a total of 26 years on Wednesday – and now a picture of their infamous drugs list has emerged.
Customers had to place a “minimum order of £32” – made up of £30 worth of drugs plus an additional £2 delivery fee.
Clients then provided their full postcode ahead of delivery.
The menu was split into four sections – including weed, cocaine, MDMA and heroin.
Prices for the selection of weed ranged from £80 for 28g and went up to £190 for the same weight.
Meanwhile, 1g of "coke" was £55 and 10g of speed was priced at £85.
One gram of MDMA cost £20 while 100 tabs of viagra would set back customers £50.
They also sold heroin, dubbed "Hero", for £80 a gram.
The delivery service was in operation from Monday to Saturday, with opening hours being 11.30am to 10.30pm for orders.
A squad of 30 moped riders, earning £730-a-week, delivered the drugs from 1pm with the gang saying: "We don't work Sundays."
Speaking after Reis and Miguez were jailed, Damaris Lakin, from the CPS, said: “This was a vast and highly sophisticated drug network operating as if it were a legitimate business.
“The couriers had rotas, they were paid a weekly wage, the operation had its own Airbnb offices and there were even ways to put forward employee suggestions and incentives for the month’s best drivers.
“There was also a menu of different drugs that customers could choose from and a customer could only purchase products from the network if they had been referred and recommended to the WhatsApp group by another member – as if part of some kind of members club.
"As such, undercover police officers were unable to infiltrate the organisation.
“These convictions have been successful in bringing down a major drug network responsible for the largest seizure of ‘chem sex’ drugs in London."
A court heard Reis and his chemsex drug queen Miguez oversaw the organised crime network (OCN) through trusted lieutenants and stayed hands-off from the day to day running.
The couple rented a £12,500-a-month mansion on the exclusive private estate of St George’s Hill in Weybridge, Surrey, a haven for Russian oligarchs, Arab oil tycoons and VIPs.
The owners of the property were unaware of any wrongdoing.
They lived in the seven-bedroom neo-Regency pile which boasted a swimming pool, luxury gym and spa facilities.
The private estate has its own security as well as lawn tennis courts and a championship golf course.
The couple also had a Central London riverside apartment, drove an orange Lamborghini sports car and took luxury holidays abroad.
There was also a menu of different drugs that customers could choose from and a customer could only purchase products from the network if they had been referred and recommended to the WhatsApp group by another member."
Miguez had a Harrods account and blew a fortune shopping in designer stores like Pravda and Louis Vuitton.
Judge Nigel Seed, QC, jailed Miguez and Reis for 13 years each at Inner London Crown Court on Wednesday.
Police seized drugs worth more than £3million when they smashed the gang of Brazilian nationals supplying London’s clubland and gay chemsex scene.
More than 2,000 litres of potentially lethal GBL, worth £2.2million and the biggest ever seizure of the drug in the UK, was recovered from a storage facility.
And almost £1million worth of other drugs including crystal meth, cocaine, ecstasy, ketamine, heroin, LSD and cannabis, were also seized.
Cops swooped in July 2018, seizing a vast quantity of drugs from five storage units.
Gang member Isabella Braga Da Silva, 22, was arrested in a car carrying £500,000 worth of drugs.
Da Silva was lured to the UK to work with the crime group by boyfriend Bernardo Salles, 27, and the couple described themselves as a modern-day ‘Bonnie and Clyde.’
Salles managed the drug courier business while Bristol-based Carlos Libardi Da Silva, 35, laundered the money and managed cash flow and wages.
Miguez, Salles and money man Libardi Da Silva were all convicted of 14 counts of conspiracy to supply Class A, B and C drugs in March 2019, following an eight-week trial.
Gang member Dyego Melo Dos Passos, 32 got six years and eight months while Braga Da Silva was jailed for three years and eight months after they were convicted of the same offences.
Salles and Libardi Da Silva were both jailed for eight years.
Gang boss Reis pleaded guilty in December 2018. Sentencing of him and his wife, and their two lieutenants, was delayed for a retrial of Andre Alves, 22, and sister Thainara Alves, 25. Both were cleared.
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