Yes, it's that time of year, when someone at the BBC decides they'd like to summer in Bulgaria, so they arrange for a story about babysmuggling.
This time, the BBC conducted a month-long sting operation that resulted in three arrests so far. Unlike the most recent cases, where pregnant Bulgarian women were taken to France to give birth--and sell their newborns for EUR10,000, this smuggling operation deals in toddlers, which go for around EUR60,000.
Above is "Harry" the humansmuggler, on hidden camera, talking about his payments [1/3, 1/3, 1/3] and his route ["always" does Calais, but he's thinking about the ferry from Northern Ireland this time]. He says he's sold babies already to Norway and Germany.
And below, exclusive and dramatic footage of Harry getting busted while making the drop.