Flintshire police celebrate the ‘pungent smell of victory’ after 34 hour wait for evidence to exit suspected drug dealer
Police were forced to play a waiting game with a suspected drug dealer who they believed had swallowed packets of Class A drugs.
Officers said a “pungent smell” wafted through their offices yesterday following a long wait for the bowels of a Merseyside man – who’d been arrested on suspicion of intent to supply Class A drugs – to release the evidence.
After an “excruciating” 34-hour wait the man ‘delivered’ two packets of suspected Class A drugs.
An update of the North Flintshire Police Facebook page says:
“The pungent smell of victory wafts throughout our office again a male from Merseyside has been arrested for being concerned in the supply of Class A drugs and after (what we assume to be) an excruciating 34-hour stay in custody has decided to “deliver” 2 packages to us.
He is released on bail but we will catch up with him shortly. He even had the audacity to call the officers who arrested him “S**t at their jobs”
Oh the irony…..”
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