This drug dealer's bed has caused a stir on social media, see what else was found in his house.
By Thee_Hub | self meida writer
Published 18 days ago - 2920 views
11 Suspects aged between 21 and 40 years old have been arrested in separate incidents for possession and dealing in drugs and illicit cigarettes and poaching, during sting operations conducted by SAPS Limpopo Highway Patrol Team and Endangered Species Unit.
In every township, in every block in SA there’s a tuck shop owned by foreigners and they sell these cigarettes. They cost R1,50 per loose draw, Bheki Cele And the members are incompetent...this country is a heaven for criminals.
Just come to think of it foreigners are free to sell in the shops, when you sell in your house as a citizen it’s illegal. Cops are looting from those poor people instead of getting to were it comes from, they won’t ask Zuma now.
But now there is something that left a lot of people in deep laughter, the bed of the criminal...they saying this person deals in illegal stuff and he makes a lot of money yet he sleeps in a dirty bed like this even worse tired.
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