Drug gang’s guard dog fails at his job, lies down next to owners during police raid

Watchdog drug gang fails at its job lies next to owners during police raid

Watchdog drug gang fails at its job, lies next to owners during police raid | Image: Dise Americana

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  • In a video shared online, the drug dealers were seen lying face down on the floor, hands handcuffed behind their backs.
  • Their watchdog also lay down next to them, without fuss
  • The incident was reported from Hortolandia, Sao Paulo State, Brazil
A drug gang watchdog failed completely after he plopped down next to his owners and surrendered to police during a raid. The incident was reported from Hortolandia, in the state of Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Police arrested three men at a ranch and seized 1,176 stones and 1.1 tons of cannabis from the property.

In a video shared online, the drug dealers were seen lying face down on the floor, hands cuffed behind their backs.

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Unfortunately for them, their investment in security didn’t pay off – because their watchdog also lay down on the floor next to them, without any fuss.

Narcotics police said the drugs had been shipped to the home in Hortolandia from Campo Grande, Mato Grosso do Sul state.

Police had been eyeing the property for some time and were poised to strike when the delivery took place.

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They believe the drugs were destined to be sold in and around Campinas, Sao Paulo state.

The men — one of whom owns the house — were taken to the Narcotics Police headquarters in nearby Americana.

Dog lovers would be happy to know that the huge Rottweiler has not been arrested.

The dog remained on the property with the woman who owns the land around the house, who police say is not involved in drug trafficking.

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