[Pick] Teenage teenager caught selling cannabis on YouTube ... Police Surprise

A teenager was caught selling cannabis on YouTube. The Gwangju Northern Police Department announced today that a 19-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of selling cannabis to a Buddhist cannibalist.

A teenager was caught selling cannabis on YouTube.

Gwangju Northern Police Agency today announced that a 19-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of selling cannabis to a Buddhist cannibalist.

The army received $ 600,000 in cannabis sales from the buyer at about 6:49 pm on March 9, and sent it to the Buddhist accomplice. Since October 17, the group has sold 168 million drug sales worth 168 million won .

On the 14th of last month, he is also accused of taking cannabis to his accomplice at home in Pohang, Gyeongbuk.

Police have begun investigating the intelligence that they are selling drug in the internet video site "YouTube".

A police officer disguised a buyer at 170,000 won through a YouTube drug advertisement that searched for "cannabis", and 1.7g of cannabis arrived.

The police took the money back to the account and arrested him. According to the investigation, Lee had contacted a Buddhist drug dealer rather than knowing that he acted as a money-laundering agent on the Internet in order to experience the so-called "exchange day" of washing illegal gambling site gambling funds.

Lee changed the drug sales money deposited in his bankbook into bit coin to send to a drug dealer who does not even know his face, and to receive a 10% commission.

The salesman of the Buddhist temple sent a cannabis to hide it in an outdoor air conditioner around a subway station in Seoul, saying, "Let 's have a look at it," as soon as Lee got the job done. Lee said in a police investigation, "I thought it was a cannabis transaction, so I sent the money," he said. "I thought I could make money easily. Police are keen to track drug dealers who are contractors, and will also investigate buyers who buy cannabis.

Recently, "Burning Sun" has heightened social awareness about drug crime, and it is shocking that it has been revealed that the drug has been circulating on YouTube, which is available to everyone.

The netizens responded that "Korea is no longer a drug-cleansing nation" and "It seems like drugs are all but me".

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