Loads of ganja-stuffed-watermelons seized by cops, watch
Cannabis or marijuana is a psychoactive drug that affects the brain. Though cannabis is used in various traditional medicines since centuries, smoking ganja or weed triggers serious health issues. Addiction to marijuana may cause permanent psychological disorders.
Though a growing number of countries are establishing legal guidelines for recreational marijuana use, it still remains illegal in many countries. Cannabis is smuggled through different mediums in these countries. While smugglers adopt different unique methods to smuggle cannabis in the banned countries, here we bring a video that will leave you surprised.
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Recently, a video has surfaced on social media that shows the seizure of loads of ganja-stuffed watermelons by the cops.
As seen in the video, a cop is seen cutting a watermelon into two halves with the help of a knife. He finds an orange colour packet stuffed inside the fruit. Surprisingly, when the cop tears the plastic packet, he finds dry cannabis stuffed in it.
Later, the video also shows the seizure of the truck loaded with watermelons. Dry marijuana is found in every watermelon chopped by the cops. The video continues to show the watermelons stuffed with marijuana which were displayed on the road. The cops arrested the truck driver and the helper.
What will they think of next? pic.twitter.com/WfGtHLeqqw
— guldurbakalim (@guldurbakalim1) March 11, 2023
Though the original location of the seizure couldn’t be verified, this certainly raises concerns over smuggling of drugs in countries that have banned the use of marijuana for recreational purposes.
The video shared on Twitter by guldurbakalim has garnered over 112K views by now and has triggered hilarious comments from netizens.
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