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Enterprising Drug Dealer In Manchester Has The Most Brazen Approach To New Business Ever


A drug dealer in Manchester who has clearly been spending too much time in M&S has adapted the try-before-you-buy samples model to his trade.

Targeting student areas in Fallowfield and Levenshulme, he has been leaving business cards around house parties (another stroke of genius) and on street corners with small baggies of weed stapled to them.

Simply stating his name, number and opening hours (24/7, by the way), we can only assume he also delivers it via motorbike too given the illustration. We’re not sure how he screens his calls to avoid the police catching up to him, but you can't deny 'Jay' has entrepreneurial spirit - albeit in a slightly misplaced industry...



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