Crack (cocaine) found in man's buttocks, say S.C. police

Marcel Foster was charged with possessing marijuana with the intent to distribute and trafficking crack.
Spartanburg County Detention Center
Crack found in man's buttocks, say S.C. police
Marcel Foster
Spartanburg County Detention Center

(CBS/WSPA) SPARTANBURG, S.C. - This drug bust centers on a man's buttocks.

Police in South Carolina have charged one Marcel Foster with trafficking crack cocaine after detention officers say they found at least 28 grams of the drug hidden in his hindquarters.

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According to a police report obtained by CBS affiliate WSPA,  Foster was stopped for a speeding violation on Tuesday morning.

The officer reports he saw a "leafy substance" on the floor of the car. He checked Foster's driver's license and discovered it was suspended, for a drug violation.

After searching the vehicle, the cop reportedly found two bags of what was later determined to be marijuana and $1,757 in Foster's pocket.

There's more.

Police took Foster to the detention center where officials strip searched him, and say they found a large clear bag filled with a rock-like substance in his buttocks.

A field test later came up positive for cocaine (yes, crack).

A warrant for possession with intent to distribute marijuana and trafficking 28-100 grams of crack was issued. According to WSPA, Foster is currently held at the Spartanburg County Detention Center.