A South Carolina woman expecting a new yoga mat opened a package that arrived at her home and instead discovered $400,000 worth of illicit prescription drugs.
The woman opened the box and found it actually contained nearly 20,000 pills of opiate drug oxycodone.
The woman turned the package and its contents over to police, who passed them along to the York County Multijurisdictional Drug Enforcement Unit.
Marvin Brown, commander of the unit, said each pill has a street value of about $20, bringing the package's total worth to approximately $400,000.
He said such drug packages are often mailed to vacant residences, where the intended recipient will wait for them to arrive.
"The dealers weren't as intelligent as they thought they were," Brown told WSOC-TV.
The investigation is ongoing.