Police in New Zealand have scored a rather unusual victory in the drugs war after finding a record haul of cocaine worth $14 million NZ dollars (£7.5 million pounds) concealed inside a diamante-encrusted horse's head.
Border agents were suspicious over the huge 400 kg sculpture which was shipped from Mexico.
When they examined it they found 35 bricks of the class-A drug hidden inside.
Three men have been arrested in connection with the bust, police said.
A US national aged 56 and a 44-year-old Mexican have both been charged with importing cocaine and possession of the drug.
Police said that the find was far bigger than any other drugs bust they had carried out.