Canadian prison The guards were surprised when they discovered a pigeon carrying a “backpack” containing Prohibited items in the yard of a prison in The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) reported in British Columbia on Friday.
The guards were in Fenced area used for social and entertainment for prisoners when one The officer spotted a gray bird with something associated with it back.
“From my point of view, it was related to it in In a similar way like like said John Randall, president of the Union of Canadian Correctional Officers, Pacific Region.
The guards, however, achieved the matter took “long time of time to catch culprit.
“They had to corner Randall said. Can you imagine how That would look like, try catch pigeon.”
It was a backpack found Contains 30 grams (1.06 ounces) of Crystal meth is highly addictive. short for Crystal methamphetamine, which is illegal and powerful street drug that in first Creates false feeling of happiness in User continued by use begins to destroy the body.
“It sure is scary with the fact It was crystal meth found on jumper because of it causes a lot of problems, Randall said.
Homing pigeons were previously used for pregnancy various items In prisons, but drones have replaced birds – last A drone dropped a firearm on the Canadian Mission Sanctions Institution.
But, because the guards on On the lookout for Unmanned, the pigeons seem to be back.
“We focused a lot on Intercepting drones…Now we’ll have to look, I think, at the pigeons again, Randall wondered.
The drug-carrying pigeon was released unharmed and happily dispatched on her fun way.