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These Two Had The Time Of Their Lives Until They Got Caught—No More Smiling!

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Two beauties are vacationing with an older guy and having the time of their lives, soaking up the waves, partying and loving life until the law came calling.

They were caught transporting over $23 million dollars worth of cocaine by Australian officials. Needless to say, you won’t be seeing them anytime soon. Talk about dumb as a rock…what made them not consider the consequences? Did they do this before?

How can anyone feel sorry for them when the collection was that large? Sorry, I have to pass on tears at this point.

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From Yahoo News:

A duo of gorgeous Canadian gals documented their $20,000 worldwide cruise like any 20-something would.

But authorities in Australia say Isabelle Lagace, 28, and Melina Roberce, 22, had more in their luggage than string bikinis.

They also allegedly had $23 million worth of cocaine — the most ever seized from cruise or airline passengers.

Along with Andre Tamine, 63, the women — all Canadian nationals — were arrested and charged Sunday with attempting to smuggle 200 pounds of the drug into Australia as part of a major international drug syndicate.

But before they were hauled off to jail, these women had the time of their lives.

That is, if the trail of Instagram posts from exotic locales that span the continents are any indication.

From Southhampton in the U.K. to Sydney, Lagace and Roberce appear on Roberce’s colorful Instagram feed posing in Times Square, wearing bikinis on beaches in countries down the coast of South America, and getting tattoos in Tahiti aboard the MS Sea Princess.

The world cruise likely cost the girls about $20,000.

The many glamorous stops actually may have contributed to suspicion of the women, officials said.

“Sydney is highly attractive for cruise ships… so we’re continually risk assessing the cruise ships and the passengers that come by air. This particular cruise ship — because of the nature and the amount of ports it had been to — was considered quite high risk in itself,” Australian Border Force Commander Tim Fitzgerald told reporters Monday.

Sweet! Now they can make another episode of Locked Up Abroad! I love that show. Can’t wait to hear these girl’s sob story if they ever get out of prison in Australia.

I hope you don’t think of me as being cold-hearted, but this was one of those times good vs. bad should have kicked in and they should have ran.

What do you think should happen to them? Do you think they should be given a pass or a slap on the wrist? Share your value opinions in the comment section below and let me know your feelings