There are several things people should put their contact information on: phones, wallets, a drunk best friend on her 21st birthday. Drugs, however, might not be the smartest thing to label “return to sender.”
An attendee of Maroochydore Music and Visual Arts Festival in Queensland, Australia was arrested at the end of August after a police dog found his bag of href="http://dancingastronaut.com/tag/mdma/" >MDMA — complete with contact information. The baggie, labeled “MDMA, if found call,” was also inscribed with his full name and phone number, making it easy for officers to find the 21-year-old.
He’s due to appear in court at the end of the month, and is charged with possessing a dangerous drug.
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