Probably the grossest thing you are going to read today, maybe even this week. Rest easy, it happened in Florida which makes it almost normal. Almost. The strange part of the story is that he wasn't returning them because the didn't work. He actually resealed the packages to make it look like they were not used. Cheapest or creepiest person you have every heard of? Maybe both.
Jacksonville, FL — A man is arrested for allegedly tampering with laxatives. Jacksonville police say a man had been frequenting a CVS store on San Jose Boulevard for the last few months.
They say he would buy bottles of enema saline laxatives, use them then return them, making the packages look like they were unused.
He has been arrested and, as of now, has not been named by police. The Federal Food and Drug Administration is investigating it as a product tampering case.
Yes sleep well Florida, the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office has you safe and sound. Thank god they have this 89 year old criminal mastermind off the streets and behind bars. I hope she gets send up the river with general population. She needs to do a hard stretch before she hurts somebody.
Just last night I watched Pulp Fiction on tv. I hadn't see it for awhile and forgot how painful it was to watch Uma snort up that heroin and start foaming at the mouth. Today I am reading the news and see that a fisherman in Florida found a white block floating in the ocean and thought that he would cut it up and snort it. That was his second mistake. His first was to not add dog dewormer to it like every other dealer does to stretch out their bottom line. For the price of taking on pure cocaine, he died.
Florida – The Monroe County Sheriff's Office has confirmed that the cause of death for 53-year-old Thomas Swindal — who died after snorting an unknown white powder from a brick he found floating in the Florida Keys — was a cocaine overdose.
The autopsy results have not come back from the Miami-Dade Medical Examiner's Office, but MCSO Deputy Becky Herrin tells the Pulp that the county's forensic department has informed the sheriff's office that a cocaine overdose caused Swindal's death.
Swindal was fishing with his brother off the shore of Marathon last week when they found a brick floating in the water they believed to be a package of cocaine, police say.
Swindal's brother told police that Thomas Swindal decided to put the brick on their boat and, when he looked back at his brother a bit later, noticed he had the package open and was snorting it up. Around 90 minutes later, Swindal began to run around the boat, throwing his cell phone and radio into the water, then began mangling the engine with random tools to the point that it wouldn't start, according to the cops.Swindal's brother then threw all the sharp things and the mystery package of powder off the boat before signaling state Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officers to rescue them.
Swindal was taken to the South Miami Hospital and died the next day, police say.