One shipment was intercepted, but at the subsequent trial in 1993, Warren walked free. Clearly not lacking in bravado, Warren tried the same trick in 1997. The drugs were intercepted in Rotterdam, but even more intriguing was the revelation that the drugs' final destination was actually a winery in Bulgaria. From there, Warren intended to ship them back into the UK in bottles of Sauvignon. See? Whatever you can dream up, a smuggler will think of something wilder.
Sofa surfers In 1995, a gang brought £28 million of ecstasy into Britain inside used three-piece suites. They were busted after the Dutch salesman supplying the furniture grassed them up
Gnome insurance An unclaimed garden gnome was found in the baggage hall at Dover. Customs officers discovered that it contained 850g of ecstasy tablets
Mash get smashed Seventy kilos of pills were found hidden in a load of potatoes in a British registered lorry. Estimated street value? £2 million
On the buses A Liverpool coach firm running trips to Holland was revealed in 1995 to be a front for Ecstasy and speed smuggling. They brought £5 million of pills into the UK. A director got 18 years
Old story A Dutch-registered Citröen was discovered this year with 30,000 pills concealed in the tow bar and chassis. The driver told customs officers that he'd come to pick up antiques
Early days The first big haul of ecstasy coming into the UK was discovered in 1987, when 200,000 E's were discovered hidden inside the air tank of a low loader. Until then, most of the country's ecstasy had been coming by mail from America
Ted-E bear Two teddy bears were posted last year to England from Belgium. Unfortunately, a girl working in the Dover Customs mail room happened to be a soft toy enthusiast, and noticed that the stitching on the back of the bears was slightly unprofessional. Guess what? Each bear had 250 pills inside