A lady in Northern Ireland allegedly called military to news that a heroin she suspicion she purchased was indeed brownish-red sugar.
A lady in a United Kingdom clearly suspicion it was a good suspicion to news to military that a heroin she suspicion she’d bought was indeed brownish-red sugar.
The Police Service of Northern Ireland in Craigavon wrote on Facebook Thursday that an unclear lady called the department since she was “scammed.”
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“Yeah we paid over [$260] and got brownish-red sugarine instead,” a lady told police. “Instead of what?” military asked.
“Cocaine,” officials pronounced a lady replied.
“Bizarrely,” military wrote, a caller didn’t wish to yield a matter to a dialect about her purported theft.
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Despite a illegality of purchasing cocaine, a military dialect warned the supporters to be heedful of drug dealers as they “care about NOTHING other than backing their possess pockets.”
Police joked that if the supporters had been scammed shopping drugs and wanted to be paid back, only give them a call.