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A speedboat believed to have been used to smuggle cocaine worth £100 million was burnt after it was intercepted by the Royal Navy.
The Ministry of Defence said it was standard practice to sink vessels used by smugglers to prevent them from being used again.
Sailors aboard HMS Lancaster seized 22 bales of pure cocaine from a speedboat near Puerto Rico, the Ministry of Defence has said.
The drugs, which have an estimated street value of £100 million, were handed over to the Coast Guard Cutter Sapelo and then the authorities in Puerto Rico.