Florida men caught with bag full of drugs very clearly marked as “Bag full of drugs”

by Joey deVilla on February 6, 2020

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When the Florida Highway Patrol pulled over a car going 25 miles per hour (40 kilometers per hour) above the speed limit, one of the officers saw a bag with the text “BAG FULL OF DRUGS” printed on it. It turned out to actually be the case — they found 75 grams of meth, 1.36 kilograms of “raver roofies” (GHB), 15 ecstasy pills, 3.6 grams of fentanyl, and a gram of cocaine.

It was probably a salesmanship trick on the dealers’ part: when making the sale, they’d pull out the BAG FULL OF DRUGS, which would probably get a laugh from the customer and make the transaction a little smoother.

I get the feeling that this bag is going to get a boost in sales from this story. If you’d like to purchase one — presumably for ironic comedy purposes — you can get it online from “Human” for US$18.99:

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…and if you’d like to throw off suspicious cops, perhaps the “Definitely not a bag full of drugs” tote bag might be what you’re looking for (US$32.99 at Human):

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