Have you ever tried to get something that you shouldn’t through US Customs? Frankly, I don’t know how people summon the nerve. Whether it’s illegal drugs, exotic animal meat, or counterfeit purses, people will try to smuggle just about anything. And everyone seems to have their own favorite hiding places. But if any…
A little bit of good ol’ nose candy earned rally driver and motorcycle team owner Paul Bird a ban from motorsport for two years, reports Motorsport.com. Bird failed a drug test after winning the Nicky Grist Stages rally, testing positive for cocaine and diuretics.
A 73-year-old man was pulled over for a routine traffic offense in Seattle the other day: driving without his lights on. Things went considerably worse than they should have when the man reportedly tried to snort a little cocaine right in front of the officer.
Go out on the water, help tow a billionaire's dead yacht to the dock, pinch somebody for boating while intoxicated, find $700,000 worth of cocaine floating in the ocean. Just another day when you're a boat cop in Florida!
There are some cars that just rock and some cars that blow, but Jalopnik readers have found the ten cars that manage to do both at the same time.
We all know that crazy shit happens in Florida. The Sunshine State has a history of chicanery that goes back to the Miami Vice days. After all, where else but in South Florida does a bale of cocaine fall out of the sky? Nowhere.
An 87-year-old horticulturist from Indiana was pulled over on 1-94 west of Ann Arbor, Mich., last Friday for tailgating. And then things got weird. When it was over, the senior citizen and $2.9 million worth of cocaine were in police custody.
Marcel Foster was busted for speeding in Spartanburg, South Carolina. During the traffic stop police found two bags of a "leafy green" substance in the car and "a large white crack rock inside a clear bag between Foster's buttocks."
When Tony Deloach crashed into a parked car he forgot about the cocaine-laced rolled bill in his Camaro until an officer found it. Deloach then screamed "I'm high on cocaine!" and tried fleeing on foot. He didn't get far.
When transporting drugs in your vehicle, remember to always signal. Otherwise you might end up like 18-year-old Art Taylor who, upon being pulled over for not signaling, freaked out and swallowed a bag of cocaine. His mugshot says it all.
Now let's say you're a car stereo installer in scenic Frederick, MD. We're going to go out on a limb and assume that your customer base is more than likely composed of 20-year-olds with chin strap beards and Pontiac G5s. Probably the kind of low-level drug dealers with just enough cash to afford a 20" subwoofer, but…
When a man's looking for an automobile that tells the world- nay, grabs the world by the lapels and screams high roller coming, you insignificant putz, you'd think that the Excalibur, Zimmer, and Stutz dealerships would pretty much have him covered. You would be wrong. Enter the '85 Johnson Phantom, now available on…
An intoxicated driver, apparently coked to the gills, attempted to elude capture by the po-pos in England by driving into a field. The result? Four damaged patrol units, the offending driver's car in a ditch and a crop formation that would even give M. Night Shyamalan an uncontrollable case of the jibblies. [Thanks to …
Apparently the FIA has something against Colombia and its special brand of marching powder. While in pre-European Mexico, it was just fine for Montezuma to lay on the shore with his coca leaves and pearls, it is apparently not — in the sport-arbiting organization's estimation — okay to drive a racing car with traces…