Keanu Netzler of Salt Lake City, Utah said his girlfriend bought him a can of Arizona Iced Tea from the local Wal-Mart. At home, he tried to open the can, but had difficulty. He cut the can open and found a cement sleeve inside stuffed with three ounces of weed.
"I ran to her room, banged on her door and was like, 'Where did you get this can?'" Netzler said.
She insisted she bought the drink at Wal-Mart. Netzler decided to call police.
Police think Netzler's girlfriend may have accidentally taken a can that was part of a drug transaction in which the seller and buyer didn't need to meet face-to-face. If so, maybe there's a can of ice tea at Wal-Mart with money in it! (More likely, the customer paid in bitcoin.)
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