As reported by Kotaku, a Florida mom who recently purchased a used copy of Grand Theft Auto V for her 11-year-old son took to Facebook to share the story of the shocking bonus her kid found inside. According to the woman, Kayla McAllister, her child opened the game's two-page excuse for an instruction booklet and discovered what police later confirmed to be a small baggie containing six grams of meth. ”Thankfully he brought it right to us and said ‘what is this?,'" McAllister wrote in her Facebook note, alongside a photo of the drugs.
According to McAllister, a completely oblivious GameStop district manager called and offered a presumably meth-free replacement, to which she replied, ”Um, no thank you I will not be using your company again."
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I have always been reluctant to by things second handed because I don't know where those things come from or where they have been, but this speaks more about how bad GameStop is, de don't even bother to check what they sell.