A group of men were found to be smuggling $315 million worth of methamphetamine in New Zealand on Monday, the largest ever haul of the drug confiscated in the country. The smugglers were apparently caught after their incompetent boating skills attracted the attention of locals, who said the men had been trying but failing to launch boats off a nearby beach for weeks. They had then started seeking the help of locals and offering huge amounts of money for it. Police soon discovered that the boats were carrying 990 pounds worth of methamphetamine. Three men were arrested in the case and are now due to appear in court. It is not clear where they were trying to take the drugs.