August 2020 Cops Seize 'Meth Dresses' Worn By Women In Mexico In August 2020, police in Mexico seized a number of "meth dresses" that had been worn by women in Mexico. The dresses were made from a combination of the synthetic drug methamphetamine, paper and glue. The dresses were found during a raid on a home in the state of Michoacan. The police seized a total of 17 dresses, which were believed to be used for drug trafficking. The dresses were decorated with intricate designs, including skulls and crosses. The police believe the dresses were used to conceal the drugs. The dresses were also found to contain traces of methamphetamine.