Carrier pigeons might seem obsolete to most, but this archaic method of transportation is still useful to some people. Specifically, drug dealers!
According to Al Arabyia, Kuwaiti customs caught a homing pigeon with 178 tiny pills strapped to its back.
The department tracked the pigeon on its way back from Iraq and caught the bird above a building near the customs’ offices.
This wouldn’t be the first time messenger pigeons served as tiny, airborne drug mules, but it’s the first we’ve seen of the ADORABLE backpack the little guy used to hide his stash.
Srsly, that trendy nap-sack probably has all the other pigeons like:
No word on if the pigeon has entered a plea or will be seeking an attorney.
[Image via CassLowe/Twitter.]