Updated at 5.31pm: Hong Kong Customs officers seized 67 grams of cocaine and 94 grams of herbal cannabis, worth about $60,000, in an anti-drug operation on Monday night, a spokesman said on Tuesday. Customs officers also arrested a 21-year-old male drug trafficker during the raid in Jordan. At about 8.20pm, officers from the Customs Drug Investigation Bureau spotted a man acting suspiciously in Temple Street, Jordan. When the man was searched, he had 31 grams of cocaine in his underwear. Customs officers subsequently found another 36 grams of cocaine, 94 grams of herbal cannabis and a batch of drug paraphernalia in the 21-year-old's home. The total seizure was worth about $60,000. It was believed that the seized drugs were intended for sale at discos or other entertainment venues in the Yau Tsim Mong District, said a spokesman for the Customs and Excise Department. Customs officers are continuing with investigations. The man will be charged with trafficking in dangerous drugs and will appear at the Kowloon City Magistrates' Court on Wednesday. The maximum penalty for the offence of 'trafficking in dangerous drugs' under the Dangerous Drugs Ordinance is life imprisonment and a fine of $5 million. The spokesman also appealed to young people to stay away from dangerous drugs.