Further evidence of police incompetency.
Busting a marijuana grow-op is fairly routine for police in B.C.’s West Kootenay region. But when RCMP raided a grow-op near the tiny town of Christina Lake recently, they found what they say was an unusual security contingent – a troop of black bears.No doubt they were mellow. Heh.
Officers were “a little shocked” to discover 10 bears prowling the property like live “traps” waiting to greet intruders, said RCMP spokesman Corporal Dan Moskaluk.
Officers went about their work “cautiously,” said Corp. Moskaluk, but quickly realized the bears were quite mellow.
There was no evidence the bears were also being fed marijuana.WTF?!
But wait, there's more!
“Inside the residence there was a large pig roaming around and there was a large raccoon sleeping on the bed,” Corp. Moskaluk said. “Who knows what the raccoon was up to because he was just vegging in the house ... the pig was strolling around the household. He seemed to be a bit more nervous than the raccoon about the police officers’ presence.”
I'm starting to think that this was actually the set of a new sitcom.
Speaking of Mary Jane and Radio 3, here's your indie Canookistani song for teh post: