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Pet dog brings home a haul of drugs

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Pet dog brings home a haul of drugs

By Pratheep Nanthaparp 
The Nation

 

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Some plastic bags that a dog apparently thought were toys to chew and later left scattered outside a local resident’s home in Lampang’s Mae Tha district turned out to be a haul of 3,680 methamphetamine pills.

 

Police are currently looking for the origin of these drugs, after learning about the discovery at 8am on Tuesday. Mae Tha deputy superintendent Pol Lt-Colonel Nawin Sitthithianchai led the investigation team to the site, where they found bitten plastic bags, containing orange-coloured bills. 

 

The dog’s owner, Namthip Wongsa-art, 37, said she had no idea where her one-year-old pet, Toon, had found the drugs. Kalaya Pukhrae, 48, who was the first to see the drugs, told police that she thought the dog was playing with garbage, but on closer inspection, she found they were pills, so she alerted a community leader who called the police. 

 

Investigators suspect the haul might belong to a drug-trafficking gang, which had left the cargo in a wooded area for someone to pick up, but the dog probably found it first and brought it home.

 

Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/breakingnews/30366568

 

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15 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

Pet dog brings home a haul of drugs

Perhaps it was used to the smell from home.

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Hope poor dog did not eat too many of them

Could get the aggressive withdrawals

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The birth of a portal in space-time continuum: A Thai dog accidentally ate 1000 yaba pills and started chasing it's tail.

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Posted (edited)

Ya bark. Popular with cannines, apparently.

Edited by Krataiboy

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