The trial of a British citizen charged with drug trafficking resumed in Indonesia on Wednesday (November 13) in the district court of Surabaya, the capital of the east Java province.

Andrea Ruth Waldeck was arrested last April after Indonesia authorities found 1,472 grams of crystal methamphetamine in her underwear at a hotel room in Surabaya.

When asked by prosecutor Deddy Agus Oktavianto how much of the drug she brought into the country, the 43-year old replied: "I thought it was one kilo but that don't mean it was more."

In a previous court appearance Waldeck said that her boyfriend, who lives in China, had forced her to take the drugs to a man in Indonesia.

If found guilty, Waldeck will become the second British woman to face a firing squad for drug-smuggling.

Foreigners are regularly charged with drugs offences in Indonesia, which has some of the world's toughest anti-narcotics laws, but most are caught in Bali where many are languishing in jail.

The trial resumes on November 25.

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