In recent days, the Turin police officers proceeded to search an attic in Via Paolo Gaidano, rented to two men. At the entrance to the apartment there were not the tenants of the rental contract, but three other people who, at the entrance of the operators in the accommodation, ran in different directions: one fled to the bathroom, where he threw eggs into the toilet that were placed on the washing machine; another clumsily attempted to set other eggs on fire by throwing them into a pan, making a real cocaine omelette. The third swallowed with water of the amazing substance hidden in the headboard of the bed before being stopped, not without having put up a strenuous resistance against the policemen.
These are three young people aged 23, 24 and 24, all with police records; one of the three was also sought after as the recipient of an imprisonment order, while the other 2 foreign citizens are affected by the prohibition of residence in the city of Turin, a measure which is obviously not followed.
In addition to the drug in the pan (about 50 grams), the agents managed to recover another 51.4 grams of cocaine and heroin and 131 grams of cutting substance in the apartment. Furthermore, inside a wardrobe, almost 7000 € in cash, several mobile phones, PCs and tablets of dubious origin were found, hidden. The three were arrested for the production and sale of drugs in competition and for resistance to public officials.