German police seize thousands of orange ecstasy pills with Trump's face on them

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Police in Osnabruck, Germany, seized thousands of orange ecstasy pills that were made to look like

Police and parents have long worried about the dangers of drugs designed to look like candy. The fear, somewhat debunked, is that children would mistakenly get their hands on, say, meth that looks much like a lollipop.

No matter how slim the chances of drugmakers marketing to kids, authorities encouraged parents to warn their children.

But what do you tell children, or anyone, really, about an ecstasy pill that looks like President ?

On Saturday, police in Osnabruck, a city in the northwest German state of Lower Saxony, came across 5,000 of the tablets shaped like the head of the leader of the free world.

Officers had stopped a Peugeot 307 hatchback with suspect license plates.

The 51-year-old man in the car and his 17-year-old son said they were returning from an unsuccessful trip to Austria to buy a vehicle, according to the Associated Press.

Suspicious, police searched the car. They found, secreted inside, $12,000 worth of ecstasy pills bearing the face and the name of the 45th U.S. president.

The front of each pill has Trump's coifed hair and pursed lips. The back bears a resemblance to his campaign signs, with five stars in a line across the top and the word "Trump" in the middle.

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