Two employees of a company that provides services in the Ezeiza International Airport were arrested after two bags loaded with 40 kilos of cocaine on a plane to South Africa.The prisoners work for private companies Intercargo, which is responsible for loading the luggage on airplanes. They were arrested last Friday by staff from the Airport Security Police (PSA) that he was under the Odenas of economic criminal judge Jorge Brugo.The employees had been seen carrying two handbags in plain sight-and then found to contain 40 kilos of cocaine on a plane airline South African Airways to South Africa. To do so, had evaded all routine checks.It is a tractor and a company auditor Intercargo identified as Norberto Fontana Fabian and Fabian Cueto, respectively. The researchers said they found the auditor hiding under a desk and also seized a car owned Volswagen Bora, in which he found cash and documentation.It all started when security employees of the company have observed suspicious movements of two employees of Network World in the courtyard of bags of the terminal A.These vigiladores gave notice to the PSA and the employees were told that baggage handlers who went up to the hold of a plane bound for South African Airways to Johannesburg.When the effects of controlled PSA that baggage, they found that there were two suitcases containing the backup tapes that did not match any passengers, so they asked for a court order to open them. They discovered that inside there were seven black nylon wrapped packages containing cocaine and transparent.