Insane Video Reveals How People Use Watermelons To Smuggle Drugs

by : Julia Banim on : 29 Aug 2021 12:40
Insane Video Reveals How People Use Watermelons To Smuggle Drugsu/fullmiz/Reddit

An eye-opening video has gone viral showing how smugglers can conceal and transport drugs inside regular watermelons.

The clip, which has been shared on the ‘Unexpected’ subreddit, sees an officer slicing a seemingly ordinary watermelon into two halves before prising it apart.


In the video, which was posted with the title ‘Best way to slice your watermelon’, the true nature of the melon is revealed once you see inside. As the fruit is opened up, it quickly becomes apparent that the melon has been completely carved out, with the juicy flesh replaced by a peach-coloured plastic bag.

Check it out below:

At this point, the bag is sliced open to reveal an enormous quantity of weed. The clip then shows officers recovering similar watermelons from the back of a truck, before arresting a couple of men, thought to be the drivers, at the scene.


Another shot then shows dozens and dozens of opened watermelons laid out on the road, each one containing drugs.

The video proved so surprising that many Reddit users weren’t even sure what they were looking at, at first glance. One Reddit user commented, ‘my dumbass thought they were rotten watermelons’, while another admitted, ‘I thought they had dead mice in them’.

Others showed sympathy for those arrested, noting that weed is a perfectly legal substance in many parts of the world and expressing hopes that the men won’t be treated too harshly.

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Julia Banim

Jules studied English Literature with Creative Writing at Lancaster University before earning her masters in International Relations at Leiden University in The Netherlands (Hoi!). She then trained as a journalist through News Associates in Manchester. Jules has previously worked as a mental health blogger, copywriter and freelancer for various publications.

Topics: News, Drugs, Marijuana, Now, Reddit, Weed


  1. u/fullmiz/Reddit

    Best way to slice your watermelon