Listen, I'm not here to judge, but if a guy offered me something that had been stored like this, I'd have second thoughts.

An inmate in New York is accused of hiding oxycodone pills in his rectum and selling them to other inmates at his jail.

Authorities say correction officers at the Rockland County jail found about 50 pills Monday after searching Bryan Lora and his cell.

The Journal News says Lora has been charged with felony criminal possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell and two misdemeanors.


First of all, this gentleman was originally placed in the jail on drug charges. But apparently no matter what they do, they can't break his enterprising spirit; he's gonna find a way to sell his drugs even if he has to turn them into butt-drugs.

Now, granted, I'm not in the throes of addiction and locked up from the outside world, but I have a general policy that anything that's been in someone else's rectal cavity won't be going into my mouth. Call me uptight, if you will. But I'm not nearly as uptight as this individual had to be to manage to sneak these drugs into the jail.