Snoop Dogg Stopped By Customs In Italy

Snoop Dogg Stopped By Customs In Italy


August 2nd, 2015


This is the second time in a week Snoop Dogg has dealt with European law enforcement.

Snoop Dogg was stopped by customs in Italy today (August 1) for carrying more cash across the border than the legal limit, according to TIME.

Snoop Dogg Stopped By Customs In Italy

The rapper allegedly had $422,000 in cash on him while catching a flight at the Lamezia Terme airport in Calabria, Italy. The legal limit for carrying cash undeclared across borders in the European Union is €10,000, which equates to about $11,000. Law enforcement says it took half of the cash under anti-money laundering code. The money will be returned, pending any fines. Snoop has a show scheduled in England tomorrow (August 2).

A week ago, Snoop Dogg was reportedly arrested in Sweden for suspicion of drug use.

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