Ohio St. logo mistaken for pot by two dumb police officers, poor woman arrested
Tennessee Police briefly detained Bonnie Jonas-Boggioni, a 65-year-old Ohio State Buckeyes fan for suspecting that she was in possession of an illegal drug after mistaking her car sticker which bears the Ohio St. logo as a pot sticker.

Dispatch reported that as Jonas-Boggioni passed through Tennessee, two police officiers happened to notice the sticker on her car and erroneously thought of it as a pot leaf. But, what seemed to be stupid was the fact that they actually thought that a senior like Jonas-Boggioni have all the guts to parade and advertise her illegal product on her car.

No wonder she said, "It’s just amazing they would be that dumb."

It might have been frightening during the pull over as the officers who take matters seriously especially about drug dealing are definitely not in the joking mood with their guns and body armors. In this, she added, "Knowing I wasn’t speeding, I couldn’t imagine why. They were very serious … They had the body armor and the guns."

It was said that the reporters advised the senior to take off the sticker on which she replied, "I didn’t take it off. . . . This little old lady is no drug dealer."

As weird as it may seem, it was known that the incident was not officially reported which lead people to think that the senior was either lying or the officers were just too embarrassed to actually put the incident into paper.

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