Earlier this year Mr Fisher became one of those border detection statistics.
Most of the time the drugs are not even physically purchased overseas.
Ninety per cent of the detections made by Customs happen in mail centres, with people smuggling the drugs through the parcel post system.
The organisation’s executive president Wayne Price said: ‘We suspect, because he was wearing socks this time, that he slipped or didn’t get enough momentum and landed horribly on his head.’South African bodybuilding magazine Muscle Evolution wrote of the champion: 'The bodybuilding community was shocked and saddened by the tragic news of the death of Sifiso Lungelo Thabete, a bodybuilder from Umlazi in Kwa Zulu-Natal, at the weekend.'It reports that he was tipped for a bright future, having been a former IFBB Junior World Champion in the up to 75kg category.
He had 'impressed the crowd and the judges with unbelievable muscle size and maturity beyond his age' in his most recent competition, it reported.
A South African bodybuilding champion has died from horrific injuries after an attempted backflip during a competition went badly wrong.