April 29th, 2012 10:44 EST
Dude Buys Weed Online From Guy He Met Playing At XboxLive.Com
"A Kentucky teenager (Garrett Bryant, 19), who allegedly scored a pot deal over the Internet was arrested after the package arrived at the wrong house, police said."
If it were legal to buy weed over the Internet there would be millions who would be placing orders right now from Pothead.Com. I know my stoner friend would place an order for a pound of weed, and 50 bags of Doritos.
Bryant bought the grass from a dude he met playing at XBoxLive.com -- not a smart move. I might trust buying weed from a physics professor I met at a String Theory chat room, but I wouldn`t purchase jack from some dude in a video playing site.
Bryant wasn`t completely wasted when he scored the pot deal over the Internet, at least he had the good sense to use a fake name.
When the package of ganja arrived at at the wrong house (the mailman must also be a stoner), the resident called the police when he opened the package and found the weed.
A postal inspector, pretending to be a regular mailman, went to Bryant`s house and said: Here`s a package addressed to David Smith (the fake name that Bryant had used), is this yours? Bryant said "yeah dude". Busted!
Bryant admitted buying the weed, and he told cops he was going to sell it to help pay his mother`s bills.Yeah right, we all know he was going to use the money to buy video games, adult movies and snacks.
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