Western Australian Woman Calls Police To Complain About Lack Of Weed In The Town


An intoxicated and disgruntled woman has allegedly called her local police to complain about the lack of marijuana available to her.

The woman, from Esperance in Western Australia, called the police on Friday, telling them that they’d made it too hard for her to find and buy any weed in the area.

“She was disgusted with what Esperance Police have done and would like us to stop charging people for using or possessing cannabis”, told Senior Sergeant Richard Moore.

The woman told Snr Sgt Moore that the little availability of marijuana was unfair to the children of low-income families who use the drug on a regular basis. Additionally, that it was forcing them to use meth instead.

Esperance police are currently running a campaign, “dob in a drug dealer” to curb drug crimes in the area.