A Fishy Business

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The FBI raided the lake house. Pablo had been using the site as a front for his “fishing” business. His men would bring the catch in, gut them, and stuff the insides with bags of cocaine before placing them back on ice for distribution. While the stench allowed the shipment to make it through customs, not all of them were properly dead. Some of the locals reported that they flopped about, despite missing their innards. Even when the police investigated and released a portion back into the sea, many of them could still swim. In fact, many swam right back to the lake house where they got their first hit. When the FBI tracked them back to the scene of the crime, they also discovered a secondary fish-fighting operation. The court charged Pablo on two accounts. One for drug trafficking. The other for mixing business with pleasure.

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5 responses »

  1. That Pablo was one slimy dude! LOL! Great story and I loved the fishes still living even without their “innards.” Haha! I’m trying to figure out what the second fish fighting business was (mixing business with pleasure). Wonderful story and thank you for participating in FFfAW challenge!

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