The police department in Wyoming, Minn., got a viral reaction to a amusing tweet it posted for 4/20, a day marijuana users consider a holiday. A picture sent over Twitter shows a Wyoming, Minnesota Police Department squad vehicle and police officer standing nearby with a net, ready to pounce.
For the second year in a row, a police department in Minnesota sent a "warning" to smokers looking to celebrate 4/20. In just a few hours, the quick-witted officers received thousands of retweets and "likes" on their Twitter message on marijuana's high holiday, 4/20. "Discreet traps have been set up throughout the city today".
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Police in Minnesota are going viral for a joke they posted to the police department's Twitter account.
The lesson here apparently is if you see Doritos and Mountain Dew and Grand Theft Auto just laying around, you might want to look around for an officer poised to net you.
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The tweets have already gained national attention, with many applauding the department's efforts.
It's the second straight year that the suburban Minneapolis police department has marked April 20 with a clever tweet. "That does NOT mean jail time".
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