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A drug dealer who concealed a stash of crack in his underpants has been jailed.
Tahmidur Rahman, 21, and from London was arrested in Cambridge after police believed he was acting suspiciously.
He was taken into custody at Parkside Police Station where he was told he would be strip searched.
Rahman immediately told officers the drugs were in his underpants and produced two bags from inside his boxer shorts.
The bags contained 100 wraps of crack cocaine and 70 wraps of heroin worth £1,700. One of the mobile phones contained messages referring to making drug deals.
Rahman, from, London, admitted two counts of possession to with intent to supply a class A drug. He was sentenced to two years and eight months in prison.