Cannabis-related cases between June and July at the Hong Kong International Airport surged to 35 from the 11 reported in the same period last year. Photo: Felix Wong
Cannabis-related cases between June and July at the Hong Kong International Airport surged to 35 from the 11 reported in the same period last year. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong customs urges returning overseas students to ‘not risk smuggling cannabis’ into city after three-fold rise in cases at airport

  • Cannabis-related cases between June and July at airport surged to 35 from the 11 reported in the same period last year
  • Students studying abroad bringing cannabis back during summer holidays has led to rise in cases, says Senior Inspector Lau Chi-chun

Cannabis-related cases between June and July at the Hong Kong International Airport surged to 35 from the 11 reported in the same period last year. Photo: Felix Wong
Cannabis-related cases between June and July at the Hong Kong International Airport surged to 35 from the 11 reported in the same period last year. Photo: Felix Wong
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