News : Drug raid on Ex-Pauli-Keeper: Police storm apartments and sex shops


News : Drug raid on Ex-Pauli-Keeper: Police storm apartments and sex shops

Drug investigators control several sex shops in Hamburg and two apartments. The objects are said to be stores owned by ex-Pauli keeper Benedikt Pliquett and a co-managing director. The accusation: violations of the Narcotics Act.

At around 12.30 p.m., several police buses and civilian vehicles from the LKA drove up to the neighborhood and stormed sex shops and other stores run by ex-Pauli keeper Benedikt Pliquett. He and his managing director are accused of offering and selling cannabidiol (CBD) products.

Ex-Pauli-Keeper is said to have offered cannabidiol products

The apartments of the former keeper and his buddy are also said to have been searched. According to the European Commission, CBD falls under “novel food”, for which approval must be applied for. If it contains a higher THC content, it is prohibited to trade and consume it. It then falls under the Narcotics Act.

The measures are still ongoing at the moment. MOPO will keep you up to date.

This article was written by Rüdiger Gärtner

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