Which excuse do you think this busted Chef will try to use: that he's just a Line Cook wink or that it's just sugar addiction he's trying to feed?
Welp, that might explain the popularity of pumpkin spice lattes.
Authorities have found millions of dollars of c0caine hidden inside a shipment of pumpkins and squash, presumably looking to make the autumnal season a little more festive.
Mashable has the details:
Federal agents say they seized more than 360 pounds of c0caine found in a shipment of Costa Rican pumpkins and squash at the Port of Philadelphia.
Authorities say the Sept. 17 discovery was the port's eighth-largest c0caine seizure to date.
Officials say the drugs, which have a combined street value of more than $6 million, were found in thin packages lining the inside of the boxes.
The shipment arrived on the bulk carrier Santa Maria and was destined to a distributor in New York City. An on-site test by U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials determined the substance was c0caine.
Utah resident, Cindy Davidson, was just trying to take care of some feminine hygiene business when she purchased a box of tampons. Much to her surprise, Davidson found some cocaine wrapped in cellophane in the box. Instead of using it to transport coke to a prisoner (like in the movies), Davidson, instead, notified authorities, who are currently looking into the matter. Whether or note Davidson has tried vodka-soaked tampons remains unclear.