If someone texts you "send me a pic" while you're arranging a drug deal, you should probably stop what you're doing.
A few weeks ago, a Captain of the Martin County Sheriff’s Narcotics Unit in Florida (of course it was Florida) started receiving texts from a random number. For some reason, 29-year-old William Lamberson had the wrong number for a weed hook-up, and instead confirming the identity of the person he was planning to trade illegal drugs with, just kept texting him for some drugs. The cop played along with Lamberson's conversation, posing as a drug dealer in what ended up being a pretty hilarious series of text exchanges:
The cop then switched things up by asking Lamberson for some cocaine, to which Lamberson compiled:
They arranged a "deal," and Lamberson was sacked:
The sheriff's office couldn't let this happen without joining the illustrious ranks of police who have mocked criminals on Facebook, of course:
It's so sad that we live in a world where you can't text random people explicit information about highly illegal drugs without risking arrest.