We’re all learning what is and isn’t an “essential” business right now.
And apparently, COCAINE DEALER is considered “non-essential” . . . even if basically every cocaine user out there would VEHEMENTLY disagree.
The police in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada started following a 29-year-old guy for aggressive driving on Friday night . . . and they watched as he made a bunch of stops to sell drugs.
They eventually pulled him over and found a bunch of cocaine and cash in the car, so he was charged with drug trafficking.
And since coke dealing is a non-essential business in Ontario during the pandemic, he also got a ticket that carries a $750 fine.
While they qualify as a stupid criminal, surely their loved ones would still want them on the right side of a jail cell.
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