Ganja ad in local online classifieds

| 11/02/2014

(CNS): Police have confirmed that they are conducting some enquiries in relation to a free classified ad on a local website that appeared to be advertising ganja. The ad on EcayTrade, which has now been removed, was brought to the attention of CNS by an alert reader on 9 February and we passed it onto the RCIPS. While the police have said they are looking into the matter, it is not yet known if the ad was a real attampt to sell illegal substance over the internet or if it was a joke or a spam ad.

Category: Crime

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  1. Just Commentin' says:

    I bought four cans of whipped cream and a big squeeze bottle of chocolate strup Saturday at Kirks, then I came home and oiled up my leather riding crops. Then I checked out the Craigslist classifieds for Cayman that night lookin' for a couple of kinky chicas to romp with. So what should I see in the "Casual Encounters" section but an ad for some plant looking stuff that appeared all tightly budding and hairy! No wayyy!

    An ad offering "Cayman Chronic" for sale:
    http://caribbean.en.craigslist.org/cas/4287952036.html

    And scrolling down the page (past ads and photos that made what I was seeking seem boringly tame by comparison)…yet another ad with a picture of the same plant like substance suspiciously resembling de 'erb dat all dem rastas smoke!
    http://caribbean.en.craigslist.org/cas/4272188312.html

    Ratid! Dem h'ads still h'up todeh!

    I am no expert but the stuff shown in the ad does look a lot like Internet pictures I've seen of "weed" to me.  I was not sure what exactly the stuff was so I sent the pictures to a buddy of mine who saw them and said that the red-haired stuff packs a real wallop. (Kinda like red-haired chicas in leather and strappy high heels, but that's another matter.)

    I think this ad should be reported!  It is just plain wrong! I mean it is hard enough to find a hot hookup on Craigslist without having to sift through ads for drugs in the Personals – Casual Encounters section. I think ads for narcotics have no place in the section reserved for booty calls and anonymous kinky hookups. They should be placed in the For Sale – General section!
     

    [PS: If anyone is interested I still have about half a can of whipped cream left and some time on my hands this evening.]

    • Anonymous says:

      That "Cayman Chronic" looks an awful lot like the pink hibiscus mealy bug that was in my yard a couple of years ago.

    • Anonymous says:

      If you consume three and a half cans of whipped cream in a weekend, you probably need to go for more specialist websites for women seeking fatties on a casual basis.  The feeders would love you.

      • Just Commentin' says:

        Yeah. I agree with ya there. But, who said I consumed them? Heck, I was lookin' to work off some calories that night, not add 'em. Aww, heck… Ok, you got me. Alright, I admit to tasting some of the whipped cream…at various times. (Often preceeded by the words "Yes Ma'am!") There! I admitted it. Happy now?  Use your imagination and I am pretty sure that you can come up with some creative and most delectable (and quite low-cal) ideas for using whipped cream and chocolate syrup; ways that won't add inches to your waistline and that probably will not be found on Martha Stewart's web site or Recipes.com. (We did!  Yummmeee!)

        But that's beside the point. Gee, I was making a point about the inappropriate placement of the Cayman Chronic ad. How did we stray onto this topic anyway? Oh…yeah…heh, heh…it was kinda my fault. Well…the reason I gave the prologue as to how I came to find the Cayman Chronic ad in the "Casual Encounters" section of Craigslist was becasue I figured that some nosey soul here was bound to ask what I was doing on that lascivious, licentious (and wayy fun) part of the Craigslist site.  Now they know.

        But really now…"feeders"??  "Specialist websites"?  Ok, call me nosey, but how are you are so familiar about those places on the Net?   On second thought. Nah…I don't wanna know.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Well, what about all those "expats" who are seeking a job via Ecay Trade? From reading the ads, it is very clear that there are many imported workers who are looking for jobs………so obviously someone is holding their permit without actually having work for them……..

    • Anonymous says:

      Or maybe those expats feel that they are being abused and want better working conditions.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Not surprised. This is probably where my church has been buying it's incense for Sunday services. No wonder I stagger away after church light headed. Hmmm….

  4. Anonymous says:

    Hopefully the higher powers will take care of this.

  5. Anonymous says:

    I called many, many times about pitbulls walking around and offered for sale, but nothing is being done about it. 

    Traffic offences, same thing. 

    This country is ruled by a small group of religious fanatics, that hold back the country from progressing.
    The world is changing, except the cayman islands. . . . . .

  6. Anonymous says:

    You know Cayman is in a recession when dealers desperate enough to take to the classifieds! LOL