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Meth Dealer Confesses To Drug Possession During Cop Search

You do the crime; you do the time?

Credit: A&E/YouTube

Honesty is the best policy, right?

Well, it must be to this drug dealer who gives himself up to the cops with zero resistance.

In today’s political atmosphere, it is almost shocking to hear of a police encounter that occurs so smoothly; nevertheless, there is always that one scenario that surprises us all.

Here, we have a meth dealer who is obviously reasonable about both his business and the consequences of lying to the police. He openly tells the cops that he has scales in his backpack in order to weigh his meth. His honesty comes off as a surprise mainly because of societal stereotypes. People tend to perceive drug dealers as thuggish and aggressive. We don’t normally envision them as people who act nonchalant towards police officers, but this guy seems to accept his current state of affairs.

His chill attitude persists when one of the cops asks him about his meth usage. The guy confidently responds with “I don’t smoke or do nothing. A monkey can’t sell bananas.”

When it comes to analogies, this meth dealer is clearly smart. As for his decision making? Not so much.

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