Men arrested for meth possession, kiss to get rid of drugs
TULSA, OK - A police department in Oklahoma's decision to install new dashboard cameras paid off during a meth bust.
Two men were busted during a routine traffic stop. Police put one of the men in the back of the cop car. In the video, you can see a white ziploc bag in his mouth. Police say it contained crystal meth.
When his buddy joined him in the back of the car, they had to come up with a way to get rid of the drugs quickly. That's when they two share a kiss to split up the drugs. The officer who arrested them says he's never seen anything like this before.
"It's quite odd," Officer Cheyenne Lee chuckled. "Especially their conversation they have about it before they do it. And then for them to actually do it in the back of my car, it was very odd."
The guy on the receiving end of the kiss and drugs got the worst of it. He swallowed too much of the drugs and was rushed to the hospital where doctors had to fight to save his life. He's expected to recover.
Both men face drug charges.
Click on the video to see their cop car smooch.
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