Drugs packaged with the Olympic rings and the logo of the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Games have been seized by Brazilian police.
The discovery of 93 doses of powder cocaine, 28 of crack cocaine and several .40 calibre bullets was made at a house in the Lapa neighbourhood, in central Rio de Janeiro.
The handgun bullets are restricted to the country's security forces.
The plastic bags in which the drugs were packaged were marked with the Olympic lettering, a Rio 2016 identification stamp and a warning to "keep away from children", police revealed.
Brazilian drug dealers often use images and names of football players and sports events to sell their products.