Wed. Jun 29th, 2022
(Photo by Joe Kovacs)

(Photo by Joe Kovacs)

(WASHINGTON EXAMINER) — A man in Florida was arrested after requesting police test meth he recently purchased for authenticity, according to a report.

The Hernando County Sheriff’s Office said officers were dispatched to the man’s home on Thursday after he called them to test the drugs he bought from a man at a local bar. The man, Thomas Eugene Colucci, told authorities he believed he was actually sold bath salts because after using the presumed drug, it didn’t work the way he thought it should.

Colucci told police he’s an “experienced drug user,” according to the police report, so he “knew what it should feel like.”

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