BC Prison Catches Second Pigeon Wearing ‘Backpack’ Likely Smuggling Drugs to Inmates

A pigeon wearing a tiny empty backpack has been captured in a federal prison in British Columbia, which an official says is likely a way for inmates to smuggle drugs.
John Randle, the Pacific regional president at the Union of Canadian Correctional Officers, told the Canadian Press that the pigeon was found inside the Matsqui prison on Feb. 27. The backpack it carried was made of blue jeans and bedsheets—materials easily available to inmates, he said.
This is the second pigeon found carrying a backpack at the Fraser Valley prison in recent months. In January, another pigeon was caught in a fenced yard where inmates regularly spend leisure time, carrying a cargo of 30 grams of crystal meth….

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