This Is What Happens When Your Incense Spray Fails to Cover the Odor of Marijuana

This Is What Happens When Your Incense Spray Fails to Cover the Odor of MarijuanaImage via The Smoking Gun

A South Carolina man was arrested early yesterday after he was pulled over for speeding, then officers found marijuana inside of his vehicle. His attempts to disguise the odor with the holiday-inspired scent of frankincense and myrrh failed miserably. 

A Myrtle Beach cop witnessed 19-year-old Alain Cassagnol doing 103 in a 45 mile per hour zone. When Cassagnol exited his 2014 Mercedes-Benz, they noticed the strong odor of weed leaving the car with him. He admitted to having drugs in his possession and an officer found a bag containing 5.4 grams of marijuana by his groin. Cassagnol had attempted to cover the smell with a frankincense and myrrh spray called "Blunt Block," which obviously did not do as advertised.

Cassagnol was charged with marijuana possession, as well as speeding. Let the record show that "Blunt Block" won't keep your ass out of jail.

[via The Smoking Gun]

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