Ohio State Ski Trip Ends Early with 4 Arrests, 60 Citations After Discovery of LSD, Shrooms, Pot

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Nice Move

I’m talking about a little place called Asssspennn.

200 students and copious amounts of alcohol, shrooms, LSD and pot spread out over three buses en route to Aspen, Colorado sounds like a can’t miss roadie. I’m even willing to look past the inclusion of LSD, and the more-than-casual recreational drug users that inevitably come with it. Of course, with all these illegal narcotics onboard, and their non-discrete ingestion of said drugs on the bus, a cool bus driver is a vital piece to the success of the trip. For these Ohio State dopers, that’s the one thing they forgot.

The driver for the Ohio State University Ski and Snowboard Club ski trip called the police on December 14 in Indiana after smelling pot.

Three buses were searched by a drug-sniffing dog and the Henry County Sheriff’s office, resulting in the arrest of four men for felony drug possession charges. Of the 200 students on the trip, 15 were cited for misdemeanor possession of marijuana, and another 40 to 50 students were cited with a minor misdemeanor possession or consumption of alcohol, according to The Columbus Dispatch.

It also reported that LSD, hallucinogenic mushrooms in capsule form, $12,000 in cash and various forms of marijuana were found on the buses.

I’d bet big at 3-to-1 odds that the shrooms and LSD belonged to the boarders of the group, and the old school skiiers were dipping into the booze and occasional spliff. You boarders and your Oakley goggles and saggy pants are ski town trash, man. Go shred in New Mexico.

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