A wanted mafia refugee was blown up after uploading videos of himself offering cooking instructions on YouTube.
Marc Feren Claude Biart should hold back after his escape to the Dominican Republic.
The 53-year-old was on the run for seven years after Italian prosecutors ordered his arrest for drug trafficking in 2014.
But he’s now facing his crimes after proving his culinary skills online.
Biart, a suspected member of the fearsome Ndrangheta gang, was captured after officials stumbled upon his YouTube videos and conducted further investigation.
Although he didn’t show his face in the cooking clips, his tattoos gave away the game – and the police fell.
Interpol’s detectives spent months searching social media websites for traces of him before finding what they were looking for on the video-sharing platform.
He was returned to Milan on Monday after being confiscated as part of Operation Mauser.
Biart led a quiet life in the Caribbean, with the local Italian expat community viewing him as a “foreigner,” the troop said in a statement.
He is now on trial in Italy after officials ransacked his home in Boca Chica.
The authorities consider the Ndrangheta to be one of the most powerful organized crime groups in the world.
Police believe they controlled most of the cocaine entering Europe and worked to break the dangerous criminal syndicates.
There are 355 suspected gangsters and corrupt officials charged after a year-long investigation 9News.
The alleged mafia boss is Luigi Mancuso, 66, and known as “The Uncle”.