Unlucky Bondi ‘drug dealer’ is nabbed when cops pull him over for a traffic fine and a woman interrupts to say ‘we’re here to buy some cocaine’
- Unlucky drug dealer busted after woman told police she was buying cocaine
- Man was pulled over after plain-clothed cops saw him driving wrong way
- Woman interrupted officers speaking with man asking to speak to 26-year-old
- When asked why the woman told police she was buying cocaine from him
An unlucky alleged drug dealer has been busted in Bondi after a young woman interrupted a routine police pullover saying she wanted to buy cocaine from the driver.
Plain-clothed police officers stopped a 26-year-old Guildford man who was driving the wrong direction up a one-way street and using his mobile phone late at night on April 20.
During the questioning a young woman cut-off police saying: ‘Excuse me, can I speak to the driver? I need to speak to him’.
When asked why the woman wanted to speak with the man they were talking to, the woman allegedly replied: ‘We’re buying cocaine’.
An unlucky drug dealer has been busted in Bondi Beach after a young woman interrupted a routine police pullover saying she wanted to buy cocaine from the driver
The incident occurred on Gould Street just before midnight on April 20 on a narrow one-way street that runs parallel to the beach a block back.
Police said the man, who was also using his phone, pulled over of his own volition and offices walked over and asked why he was travelling in the wrong direction.
The driver was extremely nervous, according to police, constantly fidgeting with his phone while they were speaking with him.
A young woman then arrived and interrupted officers’ questioning, asking to speak with the 26-year-old.
The woman allegedly had messages on her phone organising the drug deal.
Police then say the man began frantically disposing of plastic bags down the side of his seat. They found eight bags of cocaine in his car along with $3,100 cash
Police alleged the man began frantically disposing of plastic bags down the side of his seat.
They allegedly found eight bags of cocaine in his car along with $3,100 cash.
He was charged with deal with having the proceeds of crime, drug supply, disobeying a one-way sign and driving while disqualified.
He will appear before Waverley Local Court on May 19.