Octavio got pulled over by coppers for a couple of reasons. One he darted cross three lanes and traffic and two…in the process he literally ran an officer off the road! Now with all that being said let’s forget he is also a convicted felon…and let’s forget about the fact that he had a gun in his car, because that isn’t even the stupidest part!
Because when the cop walked up to his car, they also noticed that Octavio's hands were shaking . . . and his nose and mouth were covered in COCAINE. But when he asked him about it, Octavio claimed it wasn't drugs . . . it was because he'd just eaten a powdered DONUT. Not surprisingly, the cop didn't buy it!
Officers pulled over Ray Woods over the weekend and noticed that he had quite the bulge in his pants. So they asked him to step out of the car to see if he was packing heat. Ray Woods was not packing heat…..but he was blessed. Blessed with a massive amount of heroin and cocaine.
Get this, he had 26 bags of heroin and 41 bags of cocaine in his crotch. Actually…it wasn’t just in his crotch he had the bags tied around his...well…testees. There you go, all in all…he had almost 70 bags of drugs…just in his pants.
Ray --- A guy with the last name Wood…getting caught because he has a bulge in his pants is just precious. So Mr. Wood thank you for making this easy.
Ray --- Have you heard of something called a backpack, or maybe the old school brief case? Tying off 70 bags of the hooch to your pooch was not needed. Speaking of which…
Ray --- Most people are concerned about your obvious drug problem…me…I’m worried that you can tie at least 41 bags around…around your twig and berries. So first see a lawyer and THEN rush to a doctor!
I've never heard about this medical condition before, but after extensive research - okay, I Googled it - it seems like there might be something to it.
It's called phytophotodermatitis. Here's the clinical explanation:
Phytophotodermatitis (PPD) is a cutaneous phototoxic inflammatory eruption resulting from contact with light-sensitizing botanical substances and long-wave ultraviolet (UV-A 320-380 nm) radiation. The eruption usually begins approximately 24 hours after exposure and peaks at 48-72 hours.The phototoxic result may be intensified by wet skin, sweating, and heat.
According to other sources, it's caused by lime juice being dripped on your skin followed by your body's later exposure to sunshine.
So, if you happen to be drinking a margarita at the beach, and you spill it on yourself, the next day, you could wind up with phytophotodermatitis.
From all accounts, it looks and acts nasty - sort of like poison ivy, but caused by the unlikeliest of produce.
There's a lesson to be learned here, people. From now on, margaritas in sippy cups!