Mum finds bag of 'crystal meth' in box of cereal as she made breakfast for kids

A MUM who went to pour out breakfast cereal for her children found a stash of drugs in the box.

Haisam Nassir, 25, discovered the plastic bag of white crystals in a packet of Golden Morn maize flakes.


She investigated online and reckoned the contents must be methamphetamine, better known as crystal meth — the highly addictive clubbers’ drug featured in hit drama series Breaking Bad.

The mum of four took the bag to police, who confirmed it was the Class A drug.

Haisam, of Dagenham, East London, said: “Imagine if that had burst, it could’ve had a deadly impact.”

It is estimated that the bag contained about 450g — and was worth about £90,000.

Haisam, whose children are three, two and one-year-old twins, said they ate from the box in days before the bag emerged.

They were given the all-clear after hospital checks.

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Cereal maker Nestlé said an investigation found the drug bag was inserted after the product left Nigeria, where it was made.

Police were asked for comment.


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