A Sheffield man has appeared in court after police discovered a Kinder egg stuffed with Class A drugs during an arrest.
Louis Hogan, 25, from Remington Road was arrested and charged following a drugs arrest in Bridlington.
Police discovered a Kinder egg stuffed with 32 wraps of heroin and crack cocaine after a search on Blackburn Avenue on Saturday, January 19.
They also found nearly £400 in cash and a six-inch long lock knife during their search.
The 25-year-old has been charged with two counts of possessing a class A drug with intent to supply, possessing a knife or blade in a public place, and being in possession of criminal property.
He has appeared before Hull Magistrates Court today.