Hapless drug dealers bust for trying to sell ‘zol’ to police officers

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Hapless drug dealers bust for trying to sell ‘zol’ to police officers

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\n TMG Digital | 2017-01-22 12:39:13.0\n \n \n \n \n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n \n\n \n\n\n \n \n

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\n Two hapless drug dealers have been arrested after allegedly trying to sell dagga to police officers.\n

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“As police officers in the South African Police Service (SAPS)‚ you often encounter funny situations during the execution of your duties. The hilarious ones are the ones where criminals are not the sharpest knives in the drawer‚” a post on the SAPS Facebook read.

It stated that on Friday‚ police officers parked their unmarked vehicle for observation duties at the post office in Menlo Park‚ in Pretoria East‚ which is known for illegal drug activities. After a minute or two an informal car guard approached their vehicle and ask them whether they want “zol”? (“Zol” is a street name for dagga.)

“The officers were caught by surprise and asked for the price. One of the officers used her money that was meant for her lunch and gave it to the car guard.

“The officers were surprised to see the car guard crossing the road to the kingpin drug dealer. The whole deal took place right in front of their eyes. The car guard was immediately arrested when he returned with the dagga. The kingpin was arrested shortly afterwards and more dagga was recovered from the dealers’ hiding place‚” police said.

Both suspects‚ who are in their sixties‚ will appear in the Hatfield Community Court on Monday for dealing in dagga‚ they added.

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