Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Smuggling Drugs with Cats!

Posted By on Wed, Oct 23, 2013 at 9:00 AM

It's not the typical cat videos we pick-up. This cutie isn't walking upright and doing the cha-cha or popping his head in and out of a cardboard box. No. This cat was caught smuggling marijuana into a prison. Cats are amazing creatures.

Prison workers apprehended the cat late last week after they noticed it wearing a suspicious purple collar.

In a video posted to the Department of Prisons website, officials can be seen lightly caressing the animal as they carefully untie two polyurethane bags wrapped around its neck. They cut open the bags to find a green "herbal" substance with "the distinct odor of marijuana."

Investigators have concluded that the cat was outfitted with the collar outside the internment facility and sent to deliver its contents to inmates through a small hole.

[Radio Free Europe]

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