FACE CROOK: On The Run Drugs Lord Busted After Model Uploaded His Photo on Facebook

A notorious drugs lord wanted in nearly 200 countries has been seized after sneaking out for sex with a Colombian model who then uploaded his photo to Facebook.

Brian Donaciano Olguin Berdugo – better known as ‘Pitt’ – was arrested an apartment complex in the city of Cali in the Colombian department of Valle del Cauca.

Mexican national Berdugo, 39, is said to have arrived in the country in February to broker cocaine deals with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia-People’s Army (FARC) on behalf of the powerful Sinaloa Cartel.

Drug lord Brian Donaciano Olguin Berdugo (right) better known as ‘Pitt’ in a photo with his lover (left), that ended his criminal career and made him being detained in Colombia. (Newsflash)

But after finishing his deals, he travelled to Cali and frequently met with a sexy model, whose name has not been disclosed.

The pair reportedly spent several nights together at a luxury apartment.

Local media said trafficker besotted Berdugo abandoned all security protocols while he was with the model.

Drug lord Brian Donaciano Olguin Berdugo better known as ‘Pitt’ who was arrested in April 2022 in Colombia. (Policia Nacional de Colombia/Newsflash)

She even convinced him to visit the busy tourist spot Cerro de los Cristales where he was photographed in her company.

His fate was sealed when the model uploaded one photo to her Facebook account and agents of the US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) informed the Colombian Anti-Narcotics Police of the suspect’s location.

In addition, security cameras at the Jose Maria Cordova International Airport captured him with another attractive woman, according to reports.

Drug lord Brian Donaciano Olguin Berdugo (left) better known as ‘Pitt’ who was arrested in April 2022 in Colombia. (Policia Nacional de Colombia/Newsflash)

Colombian intelligence officers then began to follow Berdugo and, after nearly two weeks of surveillance, arrested him.

Police spokesperson General Jorge Vargas Valencia said: “We believe this result was the most important in terms of capturing Mexican cartel delegates who come to commit drug trafficking crimes with FARC in Cauca.”

The Mexican drug lord is being held in custody with an extradition order to the US. Lawyers are working to prevent his extradition while the police reportedly claimed they were offered USD 265,000 as a bribe for his release.

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