A COACH driver who smuggled £6m of heroin into Britain after taking passengers to a Robbie Williams concert in Holland has been jailed for 12 years.
Charles Colefax, 51, of Hazel Crescent, Dewsbury, drove to Amsterdam to pick up 60 kilos of the drug.
He hid it in holdalls in the coach's luggage compartment after dropping off dozens of fans at the pop concert in Rotterdam.
Two other men were also jailed at Sheffield Crown Court. Geoffrey Ripley and Mark Grayson were sentenced to 12 and 22 years respectively.
Colefax and Ripley, 49, of Weetshaw Lane, Cudworth, Barnsley, had pleaded guilty to supplying heroin.
Grayson, 37, of South Avenue, Prescott, Merseyside, denied possession with intent to supply heroin, but was convicted after a trial.