A MAN accused of trafficking 10kgs of cocaine into Oxford told jurors he thought the delivery he was tasked with was 'wads of money.'

From the witness box at Oxford Crown Court yesterday Jamaal Rehman said he was in 'complete shock' when police arrested him on suspicion of supplying drugs.

READ AGAIN: The opening of the case from court.

The 30-year-old of Wellesley Road, Slough denies one count of supplying a controlled drug of class A - cocaine.

Prosecutors claim that he delivered by car £350,000 of cocaine to the outside of an address in Oxford in April.

Denying any wrong-doing he told jurors he was told the package he was to deliver was 'a large amount of money' and he didn't ask how much.

When he was arrested on suspicious of drug dealing offences in Oxford he told jurors he felt 'complete shock, complete disarray, it was a complete shock.'

The trial continues.