The man was arrested as he arrived at Brussels Airport after a flight from Jamaica on February 8, the Daily Star reports.
Police detected cocaine on him and later found 127g of the drug within an imitation phallus.
The discovery was made after he was taken to a nearby hospital for examination.
Prosecutors could not prove the man was a “mule” but asked the court for a 36 month sentence for the Brit.
The man had told police he was offered the drugs by an acquaintance while visiting his mother in Jamaica.
Defence attorneys argued a sentence as long as 36 months in length would be too severe because of the man’s health problems.
According to the man’s lawyer, the Brit has “kidney failure and needs to exercise” as well as follow “a proper diet.”
He is set to be sentenced on June 24th.
In December 2019, a 78-year-old British dubbed the “narcograndad” was detained in Colombia for attempting to smuggle cocaine out of the country.
The country has dealt with a surge in pensioners being used to traffic drugs abroad, and Vincent Ruocco from Manchester was arrested at Bogotá’s El Dorado airport.
Police found nine kilos of cocaine hidden in wooden pedicure files stashed in his luggage.