Ky. Police Say Drugs Found in Man's Penis - That's What They Say

Antoine Banks (Louisville Metro Corrections)
Drugs Found In Kentucky Man's Penis, Say Police
Antoine Banks (Louisville Metro Corrections)

(CBS/WLKY) Yes, we are trying to tell this story with a straight face. No, we do not expect to succeed.

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A Kentucky man faces drug charges after police said they found crack cocaine in the foreskin of his penis.

According to the arrest report, Louisville Metro Corrections officers asked Antoine Banks if he had any drugs, weapons or contraband on him as he entered the police station after a previous arrest.

He told them he didn't.

CBS affiliate WLKY reports that officers say during a clothed pat-down they found a small bag of suspected cocaine tied to the waistband of Banks' underwear.

That's not all.

After that bag was found, a strip search was ordered, according to the arrest report. Police say during the strip search, another small bag of crack was found hidden in the foreskin of the suspect's penis.

Police said Banks was originally arrested after a traffic stop led to the discovery of a bag of saliva and liquid codeine. For that, Banks was charged with second-degree possession of a controlled substance.

Post-strip search, he's now facing additional charges of trafficking a controlled substance and promoting contraband.