Meth is a big problem.
How do I know? Because I’ve observed where people are willing to put it in order to hold on to it:
See for yourself:
And in Florida, full-figured man Martin Skelly found a way to turn a minus into a plus.
‘Til he got arrested.
Dang it — back to minus.
The 41-year-old was apprehended by investigators who found him at a Clearwater McDonald’s with a 28-gauge needle.
The charges: drug paraphernalia and methamphetamine possession.
As reported by The Smoking Gun, before booking him, cops asked Martin if he had any more drugs on him — if they were found once he was in jail, there could be further charges.
The prisoner made it clear: He was clean as a whistleblower.
But upon a search, as per a court affidavit, “a small bag of crystal powder substance” was found in the 5’8″, 380-pound man’s orifice.
I’m talking, of course, about his belly button.
Florida man, 380 pounds, hid crystal meth “deep within” his belly button, hoping cops would not find it there. https://t.co/wg0qds0AUO
— New York Daily News (@NYDailyNews) November 19, 2019
And what a cavernous compartment it must be.
Skelly was subjected to a thorough body search that resulted in the discovery of a small plastic bag containing 2.7 grams of meth.
He explained the oversight as a simple case of being “dumb and not thinking.”
The result: two additional felony charges for introducing contraband into a correctional facility and narcotics possession.
I’ll give him credit: Martin
Belly Skelly has ingenuity. Must’ve been inspired by a kangaroo.
Or perhaps the meth made him believe he was one.
Unfortunately, he ended up in kangaroo court.
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