Marijuana Delivery Man Says Ninjas Took His Weed

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Mon, Mar 26, 2012 at 6:05 AM
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  • Ninja Tune

The marijuana delivery guy who said he was robbed by ninjas over the weekend was (chose one):

A) Really, really high on his own supply. B) An international man of intrigue whose past as a CIA operative finally caught up with him. C) Lying his ass off because he took the goods himself and partied with his bros only to need a creative cover story.

The answer is ...

... we don't know. Yet.

It might just be that the guy was robbed by ninjas.

It happened shortly before 10 p.m. Friday when the dispensary delivery man had just made a drop to a pot patient in the 800 block of South Sunset Ave. in West Covina, according to the San Gabriel Valley Tribune.

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Lt. Alan Henley told the paper that the delivery worker said two men dressed as ninjas and carrying batons chased him back to his car.

The victim said he dropped the cannabis and the cash he had on-hand, and the ninjas took it.

Yep, the ninjas took his weed. Happens all the time.

[@dennisjromero / djromero@laweekly.com / @LAWeeklyNews]

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