British septuagenarian drug gang brought down in Spain

  • The group allegedly sold and distributed medicine, including for erectile dysfunction, over the internet and made profits of over three million euros

The National Police have arrested 33 members of two networks, one of which is made up of British septuagenarians, who allegedly sold and distributed medicine over the internet in Spain and made profits of over three million euros.

The operation is the result of two parallel investigations in which 17 searches were carried out across Spain, including in Malaga.

As a result, more than 70,000 tablets or gels for erectile dysfunction, various narcotic substances (including MDMA, cocaine and poppers), hundreds of computer items and numerous valuable jewels were seized.