Rightly some of you will think: what does it have to do with it? We're talking about Video Games with the transport of the drug? Read the following anecdote.

A retrogamer collector, Julian Turner, returning from a visit to a flea market where he could get his hands on some old games for NES, he made a pretty absurd discovery once he returned home.

By checking the products he had bought, he discovered that two cartridges had been filled with drug packages. The games in question are Rollegames e Golf.

The first alarm bell that made Julian stand out was that the copy of Rollergames it was PAL (and not NTSC, as expected in Georgia, where the incident happened).

By carefully checking the cartridges, he noticed that these two were heavier than they should be, roughly 50%.

Driven by curiosity, he opened the two cartridges and found 4 plastic packages that clearly contained drugs. At that point, Julian could not help but call the police.

The discovery was made in "direct" since Julian has the habit of filming his purchases once back home.

Did you think it was over here?

Totally wrong!

In fact, Julian Turner discovered that another copy of Golf it was used to transport 5000 dollars into 1985 dated banknotes.

Now sorry, I'm going to pick up all the copies of Golf for NES around E-bay ....

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