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Police: Porsche full of cocaine dragged behind truck

The trunk of the Porsche Cayenne was filled with cocaine, police said.

By Ben Hooper

NANCHANG, China, Nov. 7 (UPI) -- A man wanted on drug dealing charges in China passed out behind the wheel of a cocaine-filled Porsche and was dragged behind a truck for miles, police said.

Police said Zhen Yin, 32, had the trunk of his $158,192 Porsche Cayenne loaded up with cocaine and he was on his way to meet with a contact when he blacked out behind the wheel on a Jiangxi Province highway.

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Zhen crashed the Porsche into the back of a truck, where it became wedged and was dragged for more than six miles. Passing motorists were able to alert the driver of the truck.

"The first I became aware of anything was when I heard some loud honking beside me," truck driver Xiong Feng, 45, said.

"He had his window down and was shouting something but I couldn't hear him and then he started pointing at the back of my truck. But I thought he was telling me to speed up, so I did.

"Eventually though I pulled over and it was only then that I saw the car stuck on the back."

A police spokesman said Zheng was known to police as a suspected drug dealer.

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"When officers arrived they not only found a drug dealer we've been hunting a long time, but his boot was full of cocaine too," the spokesman said. "Passing out on coke in a Porsche full of drugs should see him behind bars for a while."

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