The Coca-Cola Company has been left red-faced today after a huge stash of cocaine was found in one of its factories in the south of France.
Employees found the stash of the white stuff, weighing 370kg, in a delivery of orange juice concentrate from Costa Rica at a site belonging to one of its subsidiaries.
The sacks of cocaine had been hidden in a shipping container before being transported to the town of Signes, near Marseille.
Local newspaper Ver-Matin quoted prosecutor Xavier Tarabeux, who said the stash has a market value of €50m (£42m).
"A very bad surprise," said the boss of the local Coca-Cola subsidiary, Jean-Denis Malgras.
The news has prompted jokes in the Twittersphere as to whether or not Coca-Cola is returning to its roots - the original recipe by pharmacist John Pemberton included cocaine-producing coca leaves.
"We can confirm that authorities confiscated narcotics placed in a shipment of orange juice concentrate that arrived at the Coca-Cola facility in Signes, France, on 26 August," a spokesperson for Coca-Cola said.
"Coca-Cola immediately contacted the Gendarmerie Nationale and is cooperating fully with the investigation. No associates are believed to be involved in the drug shipment."
La fórmula secreta de la Coca Cola https://t.co/96oQ3K4vdq— Honerd Stoner (@honestonerd) August 31, 2016
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