U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers seized 80-kilograms of steroid powders and liquids hidden inside Funko Pop toys. The Funko Pop figurines were in six shipments that originated from Canada. They were confiscated in the cargo warehouse at the Queenson-Lewiston Bridge that crosses the Niagra River gorge: Steroid-stuffed Funko Pop toys seized at Queenston-Lewiston Bridge Almost 80 kilograms of steroids hidden inside vinyl toys have been seized at the Queenson-Lewiston Bridge. U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers on Saturday examined six shipments of toys, including Funko Pop figures, and discovered testosterone powder and steroid liquid hidden inside the packaging. Originating in Canada, according to the CBP, the shipments were headed for various destinations throughout the United States. "Our CBP officers continue to intercept illegal substances within cargo shipments," said CBP acting port director Sharon Swiatek. "These seizures of steroids are another example of the vigilance and commitment by our CBP officers to maintain the safety of our communities."