I’m not a drug dealer, never have been a drug dealer, and I don’t ever plan on being a drug dealer. However, despite my lack of experience in the world of selling illegal drugs, I’m pretty sure that dealers prefer to be paid in real money–not Monopoly money.
Actually, one dumbass found out the hard way that drug dealers take it very personally when they get duped into selling their merchandise for something other than cold hard cash. Very personal.
What started out as a routine traffic stop quickly deteriorated into a sordid story about crack deals, fake money and gang assaults.
Police pulled over a Wichita, Kansas man for a minor infraction. The cops found the man bleeding from the head, the victim of assault. His assailant? The drug dealer he had bought hundreds of dollars worth of crack from, using Monopoly money. Like I said–they take it very personal.
“The man from whom he had bought the drugs was upset and invited him over to his house and upon arrival struck him in the head several times with a handgun and other people jumped into the fray,” said Gordon Bassham with the Wichita Police Department.
The ballsy, yet clueless victim’s injuries are not considered life-threatening, and police have issued a warrant for the attacker’s arrest.