The election of Donald Trump has led to a boom for businesses, large and small. As a result, management can set or reset their prices without loss of capital. Some chose to lower their prices, while less scrupulous businessmen walked a different path.
Northern Territory Police said they received a call from a woman who complained her drug dealer had asked for more money for marijuana than usual.
“Completely offended, the woman demanded police investigate this ‘outrageous’ price hike,” police said.
Police encouraged any other residence looking to settle price disputes with their neighborhood drug dealers to contact them for help.
Later that day, the same woman called complaining the man she tried to rob fought back, giving her a bloody nose.