A SUSPECTED drug dealer was found with cocaine tied to his genitals after he was strip-searched following a car crash.

Drink driver Jamal Deen admits possession of cocaine but denies intent to supply at his trial at Worcester Crown Court.

The 37-year-old crashed a Volkswagen Scirocco into a fence in Fern Drive, Malvern on New Year's Day last year.

Witness PC Ian Doidge described Deen as 'away with the fairies', unsteady on his feet and dribbling.

He was found with eight wraps of cocaine (3.5g) with a street value of between £225 and £450. Seven of the wraps were found in a velvet draw-string pouch tucked behind his genitals.

Police seized a mobile phone which showed no evidence of dealing and £450 in cash. Deen, who claims employment support allowance, said his mother had given him £1,000 so he could enjoy the New Year and buy clothes at Bicester Village in the sales.

They also found a straw covered in cocaine in a shoulder bag which Deen used to sniff the class A drug. They found a metal container with cocaine inside which Deen said he had taken to Priors Croft nightclub in Malvern so he could sniff the drug 'discreetly'. Diazepam was to help him sleep after taking cocaine, he said.

Deen gave two home addresses in Worcester to police - one in Selborne Road, Barbourne and the other in Ransom Avenue. Michael Conry, prosecuting, said these were 'false' as Deen had moved back to his mother's address in Langley Road, Birmingham.

However, Deen said he still regularly stayed at those addresses with friends and had previously lived at them. Deen admitted dealing heroin and cocaine in 2008 and cocaine in 2013. He said he did not admit intent to supply this time because 'there's no way in a million years I'm guilty of that'. Deen said he bought the cocaine at a house-party in Malvern, near where he crashed.

When asked why he had concealed the cocaine in the pouch he said: "It was mine. I wanted to sniff it."

He added: "I may have been drunk and off my head but I'm not guilty of what I'm being charged with. I was celebrating. Simple.

"I tried to enjoy myself on New Year's Eve, that's all. This is a farce." The trial continues.