UPS Inadvertently Busts Mail Order Pot Scheme By Delivering Brick Of Marijuana To Wrong Address

UPS delivered a package to a Texas man expecting some tools he had ordered. Instead, the man found a 30-pound brick of marijuana.

Apparently, the package had a Dallas address. It wasn’t valid, so UPS assumed the shipper meant Denton, 40 miles away (come on, they both start with a D, whatever), and dropped it off there. The police are investigating.

Meanwhile, no word on whether the man ever got his tools. Somewhere in Dallas, a stoner is building a loft.

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