'˜Bad Santa' falls foul of police
Craigavon police were doing a little destuffing on Christmas Day - with a drugs find in a not so pleasant place.
They were called to a domestic incident which led to the discovery of suspected drugs secreted on a suspect.
Speaking on Boxing Day a spokesman said: “Sadly, domestic abuse is a regular feature of our Christmas days on duty.
“Yesterday was no exception, as we were called to remove an aggressive male from a family home.
“It turns out though that this guy wasn’t only causing a disturbance, but doing a bad Santa impression too.
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“Maybe he got ‘sack’ and ‘crack’ mixed up when he was wondering where to keep things? Who knows, but this little lot was recovered anyway. Gross. Well done to A section officers who spent their Christmas day wearing rubber gloves.
“If you’re going to bring yourself under notice for other offence, it’s always best to ditch your drugs first.”