A Florida Man was arrested and charged after an employee of a McDonald's in Clearwater, Florida called police to report a suspicious person. Responding officers arrested 41-year-old Martin Skelly after finding him in possession of a hypodermic needle containing methamphetamine. But Skelly is facing additional charges after it was discovered he had additional meth on him when he was searched at the jail where he was taken.
When responding officers questioned Skelly at the scene of the arrest, according to a police report, he denied having “any additional contraband on his person.” However, when being booked, Skelly was subjected to a full body search and it was discovered that he had a 2.6 gram baggie of meth "wedged deep within the belly button cavity."
After the discovery was made, Skelly reportedly told an investigator, “I was just being dumb and not thinking.”
He now faces additional charges for introducing contraband into a correctional facility and narcotics possession.
Source: The Smoking Gun
Photo Credits: Pinellas County Sheriff's Office, Getty Images