Maybe you’re trying to get a bit of cash by shifting some old games consoles you’ve got hanging around. If you’re lucky, you might have a rare game or two that might be worth a bit.
Or you might just have crystal meth jammed in it.
Last week, a guy named Jared Fournier tried to sell a Sega Mega Drive to a pawn shop in Moultrie, south-west Georgia. When the clerk examined the console, however, he found crystal meth stuff in the cartridge slot. The police were called, and Fournier was arrested for possession of methamphetamine.
Should have just stayed at home and played Streets Of Rage, really.