You get all excited when it’s your birthday and friends and family send you cards. You open the envelope and first thing you do is open the card wide open to see if there’s any money. Sorry, Ulysses S. Grants, gift cards and checks speak louder than written words. This one lucky fella got something better than cash inside his cake day card… he received COCAINE!
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The anonymous man in Brisbane, Australia was not as excited about his b-day gift because he thought the coke was anthrax. He brought the two birthday cards that he received to the Boondall Police Station. The police took his situation very seriously and shut the police station down because of the deadly powder. The next thing you know there are people in yellow hazmat suits and police quarantined the area.
Soon after, forensics officers discovered that the powder wasn’t actually anthrax, but rather a special birthday gift of yayo.
The man’s reaction to the booger sugar-filled cards should have been:
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But instead, he was all like:
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The moral of the story is never look a gift birthday card in the mouth ESPECIALLY when it has white ghost in it.