Doing business with a drug dealer can be pretty risky.
Since buying drugs is, you know, illegal and all, you're basically at the mercy of your drug dealer when you hand over the money.
Let's be real, everyone knows you can't just call the cops and tell them your weed dealer ripped you off or ran off with your cash.
Unless, of course, you want to get yourself in trouble for buying illicit substances, too.
However, that doesn't stop some people from calling the police to tattle on their drug dealers.
On Sunday, a woman called police in Australia to complain about her drug dealer's "outrageous" price hikes.
According to the police, the woman decided to bring her drug dealer to the attention of the authorities after she discovered her dealer had significantly jacked up the price of marijuana.
Seriously, you just can't make these things up.
As you can probably imagine, the Northern Territory Police, Fire and Emergency Services was pretty shocked when it received the call because it doesn't hear complaints like this too often.
So it decided to use this woman's peculiar phone call as the perfect opportunity to make an important PSA about helping the police put drug dealers behind bars.
That's right. The cops trolled the woman who ratted out her drug dealer in a ruthless Facebook post that detailed the unusual phone conversation.
In the post, the Northern Territory Police, Fire and Emergency Services, writes,
Is your drug dealer ripping you off? A call to police yesterday had to top the list of 'unusual.' A woman called police to complain about the price of marijuana in her community, reporting that her local drug dealer had asked for more money than the usual. Completely offended, the woman demanded that police investigate this 'outrageous' price hike. When asked for further details, the woman hung up. If you know a drug dealer who is ripping you off, give us a call, we'd love to help.
The savage Facebook post has since gone viral, racking up over 46,000 likes and 10,000 comments.
I guess it's a good thing stupidity isn't a crime because otherwise, this woman would definitely be locked up for life.