A clumsy suspect in Sydney, New South Wales, helped police officers with their work on Monday when he crashed a van carrying crystal meth worth £112 million into a police car parked outside a police station.
Boxes containing more than 270 kilograms of methyl-amphetamine were found in the back, police said.
Detective Chief Inspector Glyn Baker, crime manager at Ryde police area command, said it was "one of the easiest drug busts the NSW Police has ever made".
"It's an exceptional set of circumstances," he told reporters on Tuesday. "Absolutely incredible."
No officers were injured during the incident.