Everything You Need to Know About the Dad Who Accidentally Ate His Kid’s Pot Brownies and Called the Family Cat a B****h

Everything You Need to Know About the Dad Who Accidentally Ate His Kid’s Pot Brownies and Called the Family Cat a B****h

Here's what happened after his wife called 911.

Published August 18th

A man in Omaha, Nebraska, will now think twice before taking a bite of mysterious treats left around the house. 

After going grocery shopping, the 53-year-old dad was unloading the family car when he found some brownies in the back seat. The dad assumed they were left by his children who had used the car earlier, so he decided to indulge and ate four entire brownies.

Unbeknown to him, the brownies had a secret ingredient: weed.

The dad then started watching TV with his wife when he noticed an overwhelming feeling of anxiety. When he told his wife, she phoned the children to ask if there was anything in the brownies, but she couldn’t reach them.

Eventually, his wife decided the best course of action was to call the 911. Police then arrived at the house to investigate the situation. While police where on the scene, one of the children returned home and informed officers that the brownies belonged to his siblings. When asked about the contents, the son said he was “pretty sure it was just marijuana in the brownies.”

Police then called paramedics to the house. Upon arrival, they checked the man’s vitals and everything seemed normal. However, they did notice that the man was exhibiting some questionable behavior.

The paramedics saw the man crawling around on the floor and even called the family cat a “b****.” What did the cat do to him to deserve such treatment? We may never know.

Eventually paramedics helped the man into his bed and instructed him to call 911 if the situation became worse.

Dad has yet to be identified; however, based on the details of the story, he may never come forward to reveal himself as the accidental stoner.  

Written by Rachel Herron

(Photo: Jack Andersen/Getty Images)

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