November 4, 2010

This how they smuggle pot in Montana

This is a novel way to get drugs past the cops. And I apologize for posting so much pot-related news. It's not that it's on my mind, it's that there's been a lot of local drug busts. Apparently people smoke pot in the Pacific Northwest.

A man arrested for allegedly attempting to smuggle hashish through Glacier Park International Airport is accused of hiding it in an unlikely place.

According to court documents, 39-year-old Gradon Barstad was caught with the cannabinoid drug when it was found tied to a genital piercing.

Airport security and Transportation Security Administration personnel contacted the Flathead County Sheriff’s Office at about 7:35 a.m. on Oct. 29 after Barstad was caught with the substance while going through a security checkpoint.

Undersheriff Pete Wingert said the substance was found during a pat-down by airport security. Barstad was attempting to board a flight.

Barstad, a Bellingham, Wash. resident, allegedly admitted that the substance was hashish and weighed approximately eight to 10 grams.

What if that stuff gets infected?

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