The best way to a man’s heart is through his stomach, and while she’s at it, best to use methamphetamine-filled meat.
A woman from Kalasin province was caught yesterday sneaking fried meatballs stuffed with yaba into the prison where her husband is locked up.
Samalee Tanchan, 43, attempted to bring 93 meatballs to her husband Winai Chamchoi, who incidentally is spending time in Kalasin Prison for a drug-related crimes.
To make it seem super real and innocent and not at all filled with drugs, she even brought some spicy sauce for the meatballs and some other food, authorities said.
However, prison staff gave the meatballs a good squeeze, and found each one stuffed with 10 yaba pills, neatly wrapped in plastic.
Typically the price for yaba is 10 times higher in prison. The authorities suspect her husband has been leveraging this market reality to his benefit while inside the prison, Daily News reported.
Here’s a run-down of all our recent coverage of creative-yet-fail yaba smugglers: