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Sault, Michigan border officers find box of Frosted Flakes full of meth and ecstasy

The pair in question reportedly didn't intend to cross into the U.S.
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A Quebec resident is facing drug charges after claiming he accidentally crossed the International Bridge with a cereal box full of methamphetamine and ecstasy, reports upnorthlive.com.

On Wednesday, Mayooran Rajasingam and his Uber driver were stopped by law enforcement when attempting to enter the United States without the required documentation, reports the news site.

Upnorthlive.com cites court documents, in which Rajasingam stated he had no intention to enter the United States but the GPS the pair were using led them to the International Bridge point of entry.

A search of the vehicle was conducted, during which officers are alleged to have found a Frosted Flakes cereal box containing three clear plastic bags, each filled with white pills.

Testing of the pills resulted in the identification of one bag full of methamphetamine and the other two bags containing ecstasy, says the report.

None of the allegations have yet been proven in a court of law.

Upnorthlife.com reports that Rajasingam is facing federal charges of conspiracy to distribute and posses with intent to distribute a controlled substance.

The driver claimed no knowledge of the pills and is not facing charges at this time, says the report.