Man Asks Cops For His Pot Back, They Politely Decline

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A man in Chagrin Falls encountered a double dose of buzzkill recently when a neighbor and the cops joined forces to put a damper on his recreational ganja use.

The trouble started when an elderly neighbor called police because the suspect had been “continually stinking up the building with the skunk-like smell of marijuana.”

Well, that's not neighborly at all. If a man can't get high in the privacy of his own home without the goody-goody grandpa next door snitching, where can he get high?

The cops came and when the suspect opened the door a "plume of marijuana smoke" floated out of the apartment.

The cops came and when the suspect opened the door a "plume of marijuana smoke" floated out of the apartment. Naturally, they asked about the smell and the smoke and ended up seizing six "rolled marijuana cigarettes."

Our poor victim, buzz efficiently killed, took one last stab at salvaging his day and his stash, asking the cops if he could have his pot back. It's worth a shot, right?

Sadly, they said no.

(Via Cleveland.com)

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