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NEW YORK — Federal drug agents at JFK airport found a pair of plush toy bunnies stuffed with an unusual and illegal substance: a kilo of meth.

Drug Enforcement Administration agents at JFK recognized Lucas Dasilva, a suspected drug methamphetamine dealer wanted on drug charges in Florida, after he stepped off a flight to JFK from California on Friday, the New York Post reported.F. Kennedy International Airport on Friday

Investigators said the 35-year-old was carrying a Brazilian passport with a fake name, plus luggage containing the two bunnies, according to the Post.

“A search revealed two stuffed rabbits which were unusually heavy and made a crunching noise when squeezed,” stated court papers quoted by the Post.

One of the bunnies was big and brown, while the other was small and white, the Daily News reported.

The rabbits were gutted, and agents found drug paraphernalia and 1,844 grams, or nearly two pounds, of methamphetamine, the Post said.

A later search of DaSilva’s Manhattan residence turned up another 333 grams of methamphetamine, plus 28 grams of heroin, the Post reported.

DaSilva appeared in Brooklyn federal court Friday, and was being held without bail pending a Tuesday hearing, the Post said.

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