North Carolina Frozen Yogurt Shop Receives $220K Worth Of Weed By Accident

If you’re a frozen yogurt fan (and who isn’t?), perhaps you’ve entertained the thought of a frozen yogurt outlet that would allow you to infuse and elevate your frosty treat with some dank.

This isn’t quite that, but it’s close.

As WSOC reports, an employee found three packages at the Matthews, North Carolina location of TCBY (The Country’s Best Yogurt). Instead of mini M&Ms or diced pineapple, the packages were filled with - you guessed it - weed. $220,000 worth, to be exact.

The cannabis was supposed to be delivered to a PO box located next to the TCBY. According to the WSOC report, "the intended recipient's information has now been turned over to authorities.”

So presumably, there’s someone out there in North Carolina who has received three packages of rainbow sprinkles and a whole heap of worries this Christmas.

h/t WSOC

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