Friday, February 9, 2018

UK Gangster who swallowed drugs goes three weeks without a bowel movement

Pressure is mounting as a UK gangster has gone three weeks without a bowel movement to stop police from finding his drug stash. The dealer was arrested in Harlow, Essex, on January 17, and is charged with two counts of possessing class A drugs with intent to supply. Cops have been tweeting updates of what they have described as "poo watch". Police said they would continue to apply to court for custody extensions until the man gives up. "male doesn’t think we have the power to keep him until he removes said items from his bottomđź’©, #thinkagain."
Wednesday was day 21 for #poowatch. "Still no movements/items to report, he will remain with us until Friday when we are back at court where we will be requesting a further eight days should he not produce anything before that hearing." They earlier wrote: "Male doesn't seem to understand that eventually he will need/have to go." Officers said the man was being seen daily by doctors and his movements were "constantly watched".

Chief Superintendent Paul Wells said with understatement: "Drug dealing and a gang lifestyle is not glamorous."