South Korea Battling Trafficking In Human Flesh Pills

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South Korean customs officials are stepping up inspection of business men and tourist to stop illegal importation of pills filled with powdered human flesh.  The trafficking in the pills comes from China, where the pills are being manufactured.

It’s believed the pills are being used as energy boost or to improve sexual performance.
Thousands of the pills have been found in luggage and postal packages from China.