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    Exactly as Advertised: Italian Cops Bust Pusher Wearing a 'Pusher' T-Shirt

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    The Italian police have arrested a drug dealer possessing a moderate stash of narcotics and wearing a t-shirt literally advertising his occupation.

    The police in the Italian city of Brindisi have arrested a suspected pusher who was actually wearing a t-shirt with the word “pusher” printed on it, according to local media reports.

    The suspect was apprehended during a routine check when officers detected a suspicious smell emanating from his car and noted his nervousness.

    ​A subsequent search of the suspect’s vehicle, an Alfa Romeo 147, yielded a thermal bag containing some 350 grams of marijuana stored in plastic bags and 138 grams of hashish.

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    The officers also found precision electronic scales that the suspect apparently used to measure his merchandise and about 1,000 cellophane bags for packing the drugs.


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