An Australian prisoner found out not all Christmas presents dropped from the skies are from Santa’s Good List.
Officials at Capricornia Correctional Centre in central Queensland reported two drones flew over the prison on Christmas Day, each dropping a package within the walls.
An unidentified prisoner caught the first package only to have it confiscated moments later. After the prison went on lockdown, the second drone dropped another parcel within the prison yard.
The next day, officials rushed the inmate who caught the first package to an area hospital after he swallowed an unknown substance. He was released the next day.
Capricornia officials won’t say what he swallowed but xinhuanet reports doctors treated the prisoner for a meth overdose.
The drone pilot hasn’t been arrested but officials warn the would-be Meth Santa could face a two-year jail sentence and a fine of more than $12,000 (AUS).
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