A DOPEY dealer left a rucksack full of drugs on a tram — along with his name and address.
A pic of the bag and contents — 25 tablets, white powder, bags of white rocks and scales — was posted on Greater Manchester Police’s Facebook page.
The bag also carried the owner’s Community Payback card, given to offenders doing community service, which has his details.
Police in Bury joked they were hoping to “reunite the lost property with its owner”.
One Facebook joker suggested the bag belonged to Tory leadership hopeful Michael Gove, who has confessed to taking cocaine 20 years ago.
Cops posted a picture of the bag on Facebook and joked: “Police appeal to reunite lost property with its owner.
“A poor individual has forgotten his rucksack while travelling on the tram on the Bury line. Metrolink have located the bag and have checked for any identification inside to reunite the property with its owner and located; 25 tablets, large amount of white powder, small snap bags containing white rocks, snap bags containing white powder and scales.
“Thankfully the owner of the bag was helpful enough to leave his Community Payback card, his name and address.”
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The post sparked hilarity on social media.
One person posted: “Brilliant first laugh I’ve had today after a hard day at work.”
Another added: “I’m sure he’ll hot-foot it to the station to collect his stash!”
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