‘Dumb’ suspected drug dealer busted after posting a selfie on Facebook showing him peddling narcotics next to sheriff’s car


Why do the crazy stories always seem to come out of Florida? Case in point: a male stripper was busted after he posted a selfie on Facebook of him selling drugs next to a sheriff’s car.

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Taylor Harrison, 21, of Port St Lucie, was arrested Thursday after he posted selfies depicting himself sitting in a car shirtless with a pile of drugs and cash in his lap just a few feet away from a sheriff’s squad car.

The brazen 21-year-old self-described male stripper took the situation a step further, allegedly selling controlled substances to narcotics detectives from Martin County Sheriff’s Office who pulled up next to him.

In an apparent spirit of defiance, the suspected drug dealer then shared photos on his Facebook page of himself mid-drug transaction involving an officer, the station WPBF reported.

The sheriff’s office responded in kind, posting Harrison’s ill-thought selfies on its own Facebook page, along with the suspect’s mugshot.

‘Since Taylor was kind of enough to share photos of us on his Facebook page, we thought we would share these photos of Taylor on our page,’ law enforcement officials quipped.

Unsurprisingly, it wasn’t his first arrest — he’d also been arrested earlier this year on a misdemeanor charge. And judging by this braniac’s sheer genius, something tells me it probably won’t be the last time he’s arrested, either.

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