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Hiding cocaine in cheese sticks sounds like a rejected Cards Against Humanity card, but it was all too real a practice at a Griffith, Indiana gyros restaurant.
ABC Chicago reports Broad Street Gyros saw its license suspended after a surveillance video released this week shows owner Carrie DeMoff placing a bag of what was later found to be cocaine in a takeout order of cheese sticks.

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Sneaky! But the cheese sticks never made it to their intended customer; instead, they were delivered to another woman, who subsequently received a call from the restaurant asking for the cheese sticks back. Of course, if a restaurant calls to ask for your cheese sticks back, you immediately search them for drugs. That turned up a Styrofoam container containing a white powder, which was deemed to be cocaine upon later testing.

Police suspended the restaurant’s license and have placed DeMoff in Lake County Jail. There are no reports at this time of other coke-laced cheese stick incidents.