A truck driver's been charged after more than twenty million pounds worth of cocaine was found in a refrigerated lorry at Harwich.
The drugs were found wrapped in blocks of frozen meat and then loaded onto pallets in the back of the truck.
More than 200 kilos was seized.
The lorry driver, 48-year-old Robert Tromp from Hillegom in the Netherlands, was questioned by investigators from The National Crime Agency and later charged with an importation offence.
He's appeared before Colchester magistrates where he was remanded in custody until his next appearance at Chelmsford Crown Court on 12 December.