Man charged after allegedly delivering drugs to police for traveller in quarantine hotel

A man has been charged for allegedly attempting to deliver drugs to a quarantined traveller in Sydney’s CBD.

It’s alleged the 37-year-old visited a hotel on Elizabeth Street on Thursday about 1:15pm to deliver a fruit box to a man in quarantine.

NSW Police said officers searched the box and allegedly found a white envelope containing an MDMA capsule.

It's alleged inside the fruit basket was a capsule of MDMA. Source: NSW Police

Police arrested the man and it’s further alleged that upon searching him they found a bag containing a white substance believed to be cocaine.

He was issued a Court Attendance Notice for supplying a prohibited drug and possessing a prohibited drug.

The Lane Cove man is due to appear at the Downing Centre Local Court on June 19.

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