The footage shows police officers piling up brick after brick of cocaine seized in the bust on some scales.
Picture then show the drugs on display as the clip ends.
The town, on the coast of Brazil near Sãao Paulo which is known for its numerous beaches.
The cops reportedly found 105 cocaine bricks propping up the drug dealer’s mattress.
After taking the illegal substance to a police station, the police said that the drugs weighed 112.8 kilogrammes (248.68 lbs), as can be seen in the images.
Local media reported that it is believed that he was selling the drugs locally.
The suspect, who has not been named, but who is reportedly 29 years old, was arrested.
Cops also found a radio transmitter, believed to be used to communicate with our drug dealers, hidden inside his wardrobe.
It was unclear at the time of writing if the suspect had been formally charged. The investigation is ongoing.
Meanwhile, cans of innocent fruit recently turned out to be full with 22kgs of cocaine – at a suspected street value of around £1.75 million.
A food importation company allegedly arranged the shipment to Bristol in 10 pallets said to be carrying ackee, the national fruit of Jamaica.
But firm director Derick Everton Grant, 52, was arrested when Border Force officers identified a number of boxes full with drugs on Friday.
Police say they found Grant – originally from Jamaica – leaving a Bristol flat, carrying a bag containing his passport, a large quantity of cash and two high value watches. He has since been charged with drug offences.