Drug smugglers have been known to come up with some pretty creative ways to get their drugs from point A to point B, as apparent by the fact that this isn't the first time we’ve covered a story like this. And this story may make you rethink what is hiding inside your beautiful pottery!
On Wednesday, Omar Pallencia was arrested in Florida for dealing meth. Police found his stash disguised as some very ornate pottery, which was coated in a meth paste with colorful pieces of glass stuck to it, disguising the contraband. Omar was caught by undercover police while trying to find someone to help him turn the paste into a sellable form of meth. He also confessed to smoking meth earlier that day.
That's what you get for getting high on your own supply.