CLAY COUNTY, Fla. - The Clay County Sheriff's Office tweeted Thursday that a daily inspection of the county jail turned up a stash of McDonald's hamburgers, McChickens, and chewing tobacco hidden inside a trash can.
These are not “Cheeseburgers in Paradise”🎶😳— Clay County Sheriff's Office, FL (@ccsofl) May 30, 2019
These are items attempted to have been snuck into our jail. It is believed that these items were hidden in our lobby trash can by a visitor for our inmate crews.
Fortunately, daily inspections intercepted these items. 1/2 pic.twitter.com/JJcO5knsqQ
"Though cheeseburgers and tobacco aren't the worst things ever, just imagine if a search wasn't done and something much worse was brought inside," the tweet said.
It's unclear whether the person that attempted to sneak the contraband into the jail was caught or whether the Sheriff's Office is charging anyone for the crime.
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