Woman caught smuggling heroin syringes in her privates

Jessica Webster 
By: Hydar Tomar 

A woman was caught hiding heroin syringes in the most shocking place ever, police in Kentucky revealed.

A routine search of a detainee in a Kentucky prison turned prickly Monday, when an employee detected something hidden in an unexpected place.

Jessica Webster, 29, was originally arrested for robbing a house in Louisville, but now faces additional charges after prison officials discovered hypodermic needles, which were hidden inside her privates, according to reports.

Although her technique may seem surprising, it is not an unprecedented strategy for female criminals.

A report by the Louisville Metro Department of Corrections noted that prior to the search,
Webster was asked if she had any contraband and she said no. After the needles were discovered, Webster said she needed them because she was a heroin addict.

"The needles seemed empty, but may contain residues of drugs," the report added.

Webster’s Strategy is not as new as it seems. On many occasions the police have reported incidents where women try to use their anatomy as a portable hiding place. However, they have generally been unsuccessful.