Drug dealer’s bail money gets rejected because notes smelled like glue


Large amount of cash (illustration) 
By: Wayne Morin

A drug dealer in France, is outraged after a court rejected his bail $500,000 bail that he paid in cash because the notes had a glue odor.

The 30-year-old drug dealer of Lyon, was arrested on a charge of drug trafficking, and his bail was set at $559,000.

After the bail was paid a prosecutor told the court that the money was rejected after 29 people showed up to make the payment on behalf of the suspect in envelopes full of notes.

The drug dealer was then sent back to jail until the end of his trial as the cash was not accepted due to the fact that it had a strong odor of glue.

Police are also keeping the cash as they launched an investigation on a charge of money laundering against the drug dealer.