Michael Ibrahim's alleged drug syndicate reportedly planned to bring five tonnes of MDMA and 50kg of cocaine into Australia every month.
The explosive claims from police suggest that Ibrahim's associates had the ability to smuggle 'tonnes' of illicit drugs into Australia from drug stockpiles around the world.
According to the police statement of facts, members of the syndicate organised the stockpiles by sending messages on their Blackberry mobiles or through discussions in some of Dubai's most prestigious hotels, The Daily Telegraph reported.
The explosive claims from police suggest that Ibrahim's associates had the ability to smuggle 'tonnes' of illicit drugs into Australia from drug stockpiles around the world (pictured Michael Ibrahim)
Michael, 37, and Fadi Ibrahim, 43, were arrested on August 8 for their alleged roles in an $810 million drug ring spanning across Sydney, the Netherlands and Dubai.
The brothers were two of 20 people arrested as part of the international police sting.
A mystery police informant known only as Male Witness 1 (MW1) reportedly told police he was with the Ibrahim brothers at at a $4000-a-night Thai villa when the drug deals were allegedly planned, the publication reported.
While Michael and Fadi have both been arrested for their alleged involvement in a drug syndicate, John Ibrahim, 47, has not been arrested, nor charged with anything.
The five-star Thai holiday was paid for with profits Michael Ibrahim made from an illegal tobacco importation scheme, the police allege.
'Michael Ibrahim expressed his desire to conduct more transactions of smuggled tobacco in the future as he gets a thrill from the 'shifty' sales,' a police statement claimed.