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You've probably all heard of pot brownies - but what about a Subway pot sandwich? When you get a case of the munchies, sometimes all you really crave is something salty and savory. Well, one Florida Subway worker was making this delicious combination come true.
Apparently, if you told Subway sanwich artist Elizabeth Hunt, 47, that you wanted a sandwich with "extra meat," she would slip a small bag of marijuana into your bag. Though, you'd be required to deposit a $10 tip into her tip jar, reports UPI.
Deputies tried the code word twice last month, and each time they were rewarded with a small bag of weed, according to UPI.
Hunt was arrested on two counts of sale and delivery of marijuana within 1,000 feet of a convenience store, possession of marijuana with intent to sell within 1,000 feet of a convenience store and possession of drug paraphernalia. She was being held on $55,000 bail.
Usually, if defendants cannot come up with the money for bail, either through a bail bond, family, or friends, they will have to remain in custody.
One does wonder, however, about Hunt's motivations. Though, if you think about it, Subway does offer the ability to customize your sandwich order with a variety of different, fresh condiments.
But, the likelihood that they were thinking that some fresh grass was going to be on the list of fresh ingredients is probably very small.
And, of course, there's the question of why Hunt chose the inexplicable code word "extra meat" in the first place. Asking for "extra meat" at a sandwich shop seems relatively normal. Plus, it usually does not come with a bag of marijuana - which isn't even meat.
Hunt was probably just trying to find a way to make a little extra dough by making some Subway pot sandwiches. Though, she's now paying the price for selling weed alongside those $5 foot long sandwiches.
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