A 19-year-old man has been charged over allegedly importing cocaine into Australia.
He was arrested at Sydney International Airport on Thursday for cocaine hidden inside wine bottles, shampoo bottles, sachets of soup and a can of shaving cream.
Australian Border Force (ABF) officers selected the man for baggage inspection after his arrival from Chile.
Items inside his baggage were scanned for drugs, returning a positive result for cocaine on two wine bottles and three sachets of soup.
An x-ray examination was also carried out on a can of shaving cream and three bottles of shampoo - each showing anomalies and what appeared to be packages stuffed into each container.
The matter was referred to the Australian Federal Police (AFP), who arrested the man for drug-related offences.
Police forensic experts are in the process of examining the items to determine the exact weight and purity of the drugs, estimated to be approximately two kilograms of cocaine.
The man has been charged with importing a commercial quantity of border controlled drugs, and possessing a commercial quantity of an unlawfully imported border controlled drug.
The maximum penalty for these offences is life imprisonment.