Florida Man Accidentally Texts Narcotics Captain Instead Of Drug Dealer

You know that embarrassing feeling you get when you text a person a message that was meant for someone else? Imagine that feeling right now. Now multiply it by a thousand and add a little dumbass into it. 

 

One night, William Lamberson had a hankering for some “green” so he started texting some of his contacts. He finally got a hold of one random person that he thought he met at 7-11. One thing led to another and Lamberson was ready to meet the stranger to sell him some cocaine.

 Little did he know, he was texting the Captain of the Narcotics Unit in Martin County, Florida.

You can read the entire exchange below. It took me a while to realize what the hell these two were talking about. You may need a cokehead translator for this. 

 

WHEN TEXTING GOES WRONGMAN LOOKING TO BUY AND SELL DRUGS MISTAKENLY TEXTS THE WRONG NUMBER, REACHES MCSO'S NARCOTICS...

Posted by Martin County Sheriff's Office on Thursday, September 10, 2015

That Captain deserves an award for acting like an in-the-know druggie.

 

When the 29-year-old arrived at the rendezvous point for the cocaine transaction, he was met by authorities who arrested him and charged him with possession and intent to sell.It goes to show you, that when you're texting your dealer, please make sure that you are texting the right person and not some random narcotics captain. 

Source: Fox News