Polish drug dealer jailed for shipping date rape liquid GBL

Marcin Jaworski had already served one jail sentence in the UK

Marcin Jaworski had already served one jail sentence in the UK

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

A Polish drug dealer has been jailed for trying to ship 'date rape' liquid GBL into the UK - five months after he was deported for previous offences.

Marcin Jaworski, 41 of no fixed address, tried to bring a large shipment of the drug, whose full name is gamma butyrolactone, through Birmingham Airport. The drug turns into gamma-hydroxybutyric acid, or GHB, on entering the body, and has been linked to scores of rape cases.

The shipment was seized by Border Force staff on September 12, and officers found it was addressed to Jaworski at his last known address in London. On September 24 officers arrested Jaworski at a friend’s address in Hounslow.

 

A number of items were seized from Jaworski’s car and from the property he had been living in upon his arrest, including two bottles containing GBL, bags containing Class A drug Methamphetamine, as well as hotel room check-in cards, credit cards, cash, mobile phones and other electronic devices.

Jaworski has now been jailed for four years and nine months, having pleaded guilty to possession with intent to supply the drugs, 

He also admitted breaching a sexual risk order, breaching a deportation order, driving whilst disqualified and driving with no insurance.

Jaworski had previously been deported indefinitely from the UK on April 29 last year, after being convicted for drugs offences for which he served 10 months in jail. He illegally re-entered the country during the summer.

Detective Constable Tony Foran, from the Met's Sexual Exploitation Team (SET), said: “Jaworski’s determination to return to the UK within two months of being deported shows a total disregard for the law.

“We will continue to work tirelessly to ensure criminals like Jaworski are off our streets and behind bars.”