An Australian man was arrested Tuesday when police discovered $140 million worth of methamphetamines in his car after crashing into a parked police cruiser.

The 28-year-old man, whose name hasn’t been released, was driving his van when he drove by a police station in Sydney. He seemingly lost control for a moment and put his van into a parked police car outside the station. According to the police report, the crash caused significant damage to the police cruiser, but the man kept driving.

Police began searching for the man, which ended after an hour when the man was pulled over by a passing police cruiser. Police on the scene began searching the man’s car, and quickly realized why he chose not to stick around after hitting the police car. The man was transporting boxes containing over 600 pounds of methamphetamines.

The man was arrested on the spot and is currently being held on charges of possession of a large commercial drug supply and negligent driving. Investigators are also conducting a thorough forensic examination of the van.

This latest bust also comes in the wake of Australia’s largest methamphetamine bust in June, when police uncovered the 1.6 tons of drugs transported into the country through stereo speakers coming from Thailand. The value of this bust was estimated at $837 million dollars.

Meth lab chemicals Chemicals and equipment found in a methamphetamine manufacturing lab following a police raid on Jan. 17, 2018 in Auckland, New Zealand. Around $13 million worth of meth was found in a truck delivering frozen strawberries after U.S. Customs officials seized its contents in a Texas port. Photo: Fiona Goodall/Getty Images