U.K. police have arrested a man for allegedly manufacturing illegal caffeine pills.
Coffee is a very popular beverage in Indonesia, but authorities say that one person has been caught manufacturing and selling the pills.
The drugs were confiscated from a man on Monday.
He was being questioned in a police station in the city of Komodo.
He is suspected of manufacturing and distributing the drugs.
According to police, the man bought the pills from a pharmacist and sold them at the local coffee shop.
He was arrested in August and faces several charges including possession with intent to supply, possession with intention to supply and trafficking.