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(From New Straits Times (Malaysia))
SHAH ALAM: When two men landed at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport with 54 packets of detergent, many would have thought they had a lot of linen to wash.
Airport security officials, however, were not convinced. Their suspicions were confirmed when the detergent turned out to be pure ketamine, worth more than RM1 million.
"What gave the suspects away was their body language. They looked nervous," said Selangor deputy police chief SAC I Mohd Noh Kandah.
The incident occurred on Valentine's Day about 7.30am when two policemen spotted the two Indian nationals at the baggage carousel.
The two …