Did It Have Labrador In It? (The Marijuana Catapult)

by Venomous Kate

Drug gang catapults marijuana over US-Mexico Border


Tired of dealing with those intrusive border checks, a group of drug smugglers in Mexico came up with a not-so-new way of delivering their wares: by catapult.

You can’t make this up, folks!

The 3 yard tall mobile catapult was just 20 miles from the U.S. border. Smugglers would move it on a flatbed towed by a sport utility vehicle, according to a Mexican army officer with the 45th military zone in the border state of Sonora.

The catapult was capable of launching 4.4 pounds of marijuana at a time, the officer said Wednesday, speaking on condition of anonymity for security reasons.

Fortunately, our intrepid National Guard spotted the activity while operating a remote video surveillance system.

Seriously, you just have to wonder how much of their shit had these guys smoked before someone said, “Hey, I have a GREAT idea….”

And now, for your viewing pleasure:

One Comment to “Did It Have Labrador In It? (The Marijuana Catapult)”

  1. Shazamm! What a great idea. Our side of the border could build a bigger and better catapult. If we chucked our hazardous waste over the fence to cover a couple hundred yards (opps I meant meters) then we could get rid of the stuff and create a “no-man’s land” that would make them think twice before even getting close to the fence. Oh yeah, we could chuck some Labrador over too.