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Street cleaner caught riding dirty on the job

A capital trash collector was arrested late on Tuesday night for meth possession, and while he may have been helping keep the capital’s streets clean, he certainly hadn’t been so himself.

After patrolling police noticed him pounding the streets late at night, they stopped and searched him, revealing one small bag of meth.

He claimed he’d only been using the drug over the past five months and hadn’t stolen to feed his habit, a defence police deemed garbage.

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