Huge Bundles Of Weed Are Washing Up On Florida Beaches

Giant bundles of marijuana have been washing ashore all across east coast Florida beaches from Flagler to the Daytona Beach area. The bundles contain individually wrapped five-kilo bricks and many beach-goers have been fighting to the death to get their hands on one of the bricks. 

However, the real ethical dilemma here is whether one should grab the weed and go into hiding or call police? We will tell you that the smart option is to call it in as those found in possession with the bricks will face criminal charges. 

 

One of the first sightings of the bundles was at Jungle Hut Park in Volusia County when a woman called 911 reporting 

"A huge bundle of drugs or something just washed up on the beach and there are people like fighting over it. There’s like seven or eight people out here and they’re all like huddling up against it, and my dad’s trying to take it so that you guys can have it all.”

In this situation, a man was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana over 20 grams. There was also a similar situation when a woman in a yellow bikini was photographed snagging at least one brick that washed ashore before taking off.


 

The weed started washing ashore on our beaches after the approach of Hurricane Florence in the Carolinas. It is rumored that it could have fallen off of a capsized boat or an airplane drop that went awry. According to authorities, most bundles of drugs have a return address or stamp with a name on it. These bundles were completely blank and there is no trace of who the original owner is. We're sure that when/if the rightful owner is ever found they will be facing some serious time for possession of drugs and for all this chaos they've caused in Florida. 

This story has now gone National and people everywhere are wondering how much more is left to still wash up in Florida. So there you have it, until next time. we'll be on the beach! Just kidding!

 

Source: National Post

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