A MAN on trial for allegedly trafficking 10kgs of cocaine has been cleared of all wrong-doing.

Jamaal Rehman had gone on trial this week at Oxford Crown Court accused of one count of supplying a controlled drug of class A.

Prosecutors had claimed that the 30-year-old of Wellesley Road, Slough brought the 'significant' haul of cocaine to outside of an address in Oxford in April this year.

READ AGAIN: Mr Rehman gives evidence from the witness box at court.

Mr Rehman had been driving a BMW with a bag containing cocaine, it was alleged, and inside that vehicle police also found £1,000 in cash in an envelope. Mr Rehman went on to claim that was his own 'personal money.'

The drugs that police seized during the operation was valued at about £350,000 if sold wholesale.

From the witness box Mr Rehman told jurors he thought the delivery he was tasked with making was actually 'wads of money.'

During his trial he said he was in 'complete shock' when police arrested him on suspicion of supplying drugs.

Yesterday, jurors returned a unanimous verdict of not guilty to the single count after two hours and 26 minutes of deliberations.

Two other men have already separately admitted their role in the drugs supplying operation.