Okay, anyone who thinks it’s a good idea to get high on a substance made from Sudafed and (according to the Department of Justice website) some combination of ether, paint thinner, Freon®, acetone, anhydrous ammonia, iodine crystals, red phosphorus, drain cleaner, battery acid, and lithium (taken from inside batteries) — seriously, drain cleaner? battery acid? — probably isn’t operating with a full stringer of fish. Anyone who’d cook up a batch in a moving vehicle is missing more than just a couple of crappie.
But this guy takes the cake: he passed out at a gas pump with meth cooking in the back seat of his car. And stayed out, apparently, for an hour, until a station employee called the police.
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. – Police say a driver passed out in his car at a Tennessee gas station while a batch of methamphetamine was cooking in the back seat.
An employee at the Nashville, called police because the car was sitting at the pump for about an hour on New Year’s Day.in , about 30 miles southeast of
Police say ato make the drug was in progress. Some meth-making ingredients can be explosive.
Murfreesboro Assistant Fire Chief Allen Swader told The Daily News Journal that gas pumps were shut off as a precaution.
“Some meth-making ingredients can be explosive.” Gee, ya think? It’s good to know that “…gas pumps were shut off as a precaution.” Also good to know that this moron is sitting in the pokey. The world is a safer place, at least for now.