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Five dagga peddlers have been arrested in Thornton, Cape Town in a tattoo profiling operation.
“The arrested parties have distinctive tattoos that can help with identification, including a tattoo on their backs of a British flag with the letters BBK and a star tattoo on the right sides of their necks.”
– Lieutenant Colonel Helena Mouton, Pinelands Police station commander
Just when you think it can’t get any worse. It does! In South Africa you can’t dare wear Rastafarian colors. Don’t even try a dagga leaf emblem. Ask Jeremy.
Now police in Thornton, Cape Town are targeting any person with a star tattoo.
“Thornton residents are warned to stay away from people with a star tattooed on the left side of their neck as these people may be involved in drug dealing.”