Student orders textbook from Amazon, gets bonus bag of cocaine
When Amazon first started, all you could buy from them was books. Then they expanded and over the years have grown into a place where you can get just about anything, from Kindles to clothing, without having to go outside or even put on pants.
One thing I’m pretty sure they don’t stock, however, is drugs.
Even still, when Sophia Stockton, a college student in Kansas, ordered a textbook from Amazon, she got an unexpected bonus: there was a little baggie of cocaine stuck between the pages of “Understanding Terrorism: Challenges, Perspectives, and Issues.”
She took the book and its additional contents to the police, who confirmed her suspicions about the white powder. It was probably about $400-worth of the drug, which would have covered Stockton’s book expenses for at least a couple of semesters. Somewhere, there’s an educated cokehead kicking himself.
Let this be a lesson to drug users out there. If you’re going to hide your stash in a textbook, make sure you empty it out before selling it online.
[Via Huffington Post]