A BRITISH bartender who made $139,850 from trafficking drugs had those proceeds confiscated in the Court of First Instance yesterday. Recorder Robert Tang SC made the order for confiscation of the sum, seized by the Narcotics Bureau during a raid on Mark Humphries' flat in Tsim Sha Tsui two years ago. Senior government lawyer Lynda Shine told the court that the amount had been agreed by Humphries' barrister, John Mullick. Ms Shine also applied for the return of $60,290, US$400 (HK$3,096), GBP275 (HK$3,459), a gold necklace with pendant, a gold chain and a Rolex watch to Humphries. On August 11 last year, Humphries pleaded guilty in the Court of First Instance to trafficking in 812 Ecstasy tablets, 16 grams of cocaine, 1.03kg of cannabis and 380 grams of cannabis resin. Humphries, 28, part-owner of the Time After Time bar in Wan Chai, was jailed for five years by Mr Recorder Tang. On June 18, the Court of Appeal reduced Humphries' sentence for Ecstasy trafficking from five years to 18 months, but ordered him to serve an additional 3.5 years for trafficking cocaine. Humphries' initial trial was told he was arrested after selling Ecstasy and cocaine to an undercover police officer for $23,000 in May 1996. Police raided his flat in Kimberley Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, on September 19, 1996, where they found the cannabis, cannabis resin, cash and the jewellery. Later, Narcotics Bureau officers opened his safe-deposit box at his bank and found 800 Ecstasy tablets and about $60,000 in cash.