‘Australia’s Dumbest Criminal’ Described as ‘Hopeless’ by His Own Lawyer

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There’s a reason that the war on drugs never ends.

As time goes on, people smuggling drugs through airports and across borders are getting more inventive with their ideas. For every person that security catches, there are ten others that have managed to get away with it. Pretty risky business.

But, of course, the rewards make it tempting to some. Stick with us as we expose his mugshot as well as a list of the most inventive ways that people have been caught smuggling drugs – including one man described as “Australia’s dumbest criminal.”

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Well, based on these guys, very is the answer…

And that’s exactly what people have done. Let’s count down some of the worst methods that people have used to avoid getting caught with drugs in their possession. Spoiler alert: They all got caught!

I would advise that you keep these away from children and every other human being.

Also known as illegal steroids, in this case. I wonder what this guy gets up to in his spare time…

This is a snack that you really don’t want to nibble on.

Forty-two bottles of liquid drugs. God can’t save you now.

I think that this guy had a screw loose…

Let’s hope that the chocolate doesn’t melt. Well, it kind of did.

This was not the breast way of smuggling drugs into another country…

They even went to the trouble of staining the drugs black and still got caught. Sucks to be you.

Too obvious. If you’re carrying an avocado, you’re probably going to get searched.  

We can’t forget about this old classic, can we? You could have celebrated if you weren’t caught…

I think we all know that smuggling drugs is a bad idea. But it’s even worse if you’re a naturally clumsy person like this guy was.

And honestly, it’s not hard to see why.

Simon Tu managed to crash into not 1, but 2 NSW police cars.

He fell into a “microsleep” that caused him to veer off into oncoming traffic.

When appearing in court, he refused to speak at all. His lawyer, Raymond Zhai, explained, “My client is exercising his right to silence and I have no comment for him.”

Like “hopeless, negligent and shambolic.”

“In some senses it was a hopeless execution of the task he was asked to perform.”

That’s gotta hurt!