Man Allegedly Leaves Heroin in Rental Car

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  1. craigdawg macrumors 6502

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    Choose the answer that best fits the question.

    What's the most stupid thing Robert did?
    a) left his wallet and ID in his rental car
    b) left his stash of heroin in his rental car
    c) believed the good samaritan that offered to return his heroin wasn't a cop


     
  2. krimson macrumors 65816

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  4. question fear macrumors 68020

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    thats just...wow. hes well on his way to some prison-related darwin award.
    astounding amounts of idiocy for a guy who was able to procure that much heroin.
    can this even count as a victory for the war on drugs? ;)
     
  5. wdlove macrumors P6

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    b & c, the rental car would already have records indicating who rented the car. It is this kind of stupid actions that criminals get caught. He might as well gone down to the police station and turned himself in, I'm guilty. :eek:
     
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    Imagine though if the person who found the drugs in the car decided to just sell them back to the guy who had them. Almost 0 risk, with an ok payoff.

    Don't condemn the naivety of the criminal, praise the honesty of the clerk.
     
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    thats true, you've got a point there. there is something to be said for the honesty of the enterprise guys. on the other hand, what does it say about our society that we need make a special point of noting someone DIDN'T take advantage of a large amount of heroin in their potential possession?

    but still, from the criminal's point of view, either cut your losses and run, or bring a small army with you. otherwise you'd have to have a pretty cynical worldview to not come prepared for the idea a good upstanding citizen might have turned you in.
     

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