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Woman Hides 50 Bags of Heroin, Loose Change Inside Herself

By Stephanie Rabiner, Esq. | Last updated on

If you take drugs--not that we condone such behavior--don't purchase anything from one Karin Mackaliunas.

The Scranton woman apparently missed the memo explaining that her vajayjay has two applications and two applications only--those of the carnal variety, and birthing a child.

That's right ladies and gentlemen, Mackaliunas turned her nether regions into storage. Cops found a staggering 54 bags of heroin inside. And for some reason, an additional $51.22.

After crashing her vehicle near Scranton, Pennsylvania, Karin Mackaliunas was detained by police on suspicion that she was involved in the burglary of a local bar. When officers searched her, they found three bags of heroin in her jacket.

Once in the back of the car, the police report explains that Mackaliunas began to fidget, causing the officers concern. And when she resisted during a search at the station, requesting the Sergeant, it was clear that something was wrong.

Kim Mackaliunas outright admitted that she was carrying more heroin. In her vagina.

If you think that's disturbing, The Times-Tribune reports that doctors found the following after a thorough examination:

  • 54 bags of heroin
  • 31 plastic bags to repackage the heroin
  • 8 prescription pills, and
  • $51.22 in cash.

At this point, Mackaliunas is being charged with possession of a controlled substance and paraphernalia, as well as intent to deliver. With the amount of heroin she had on in her, she should expect a hefty jail sentence.

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