A West Drayton man was one of ten people arrested during a raid at a Heathrow warehouse on Friday.
The suspect, aged 49, also had his home searched as part of Operation Bypass, a long-running HMRC investigation into drug and cigarette smuggling.
Investigators recovered six kilos of crystal amphetamine - 'crystal meth' - with an estimated street value of £180,000, around £54,000 in cash, three vehicles, computers and business records, and some Kamagra jelly; an equivalent drug to viagra for impotence that is illegal to sell or advertise in the UK.
The man has been bailed until September. The remaining suspects, aged between 32 and 56, are from Southall, Stanmore in Harrow, High Wycombe, Luton, Surrey, East London and Manchester.