Two men have been charged after police allegedly busted them with more than 5 kilograms of meth in their car in Tuesday.
The pair were at a McDonald's in Rockhampton in the early hours of the morning when police followed them into the drive-through and searched their car.
When the search turned up large quantities of dangerous drugs, the men were arrested at the scene.
Police found 5kg of crystal meth under the floor of a car in Rockhampton on Tuesday morning
Police followed a car carrying 5kg of meth into a McDonalds drive-through, Rockhampton
The 35-year-old Doolandella man and 37-year-old Eight Mile Plains man have been charged with drug related offences including possession of dangerous drugs, possessing tainted property and contravening an order.
The stash, which was reportedly found beneath a panel in the floor of the car, is estimated to be worth around $1 million wholesale.
Detective Senior Sergeant Luke Peachy told ABC News that the haul was 'huge'.
'It's the largest amount