Amazing moment: A suspect drug dealer “throws thousands worth of cannabis” from a window, right to the feet POLICE officers who are waiting outside his flat

  • The stash of a suspected drug dealer aged 34 was thrown out of the flat’s window by the suspect.
  • As he was being filmed, one officer shouted at him that his efforts were futile.
  • The bizarre incident was captured by a member of the general public using a cell phone.  

As police officers stood outside, an alleged drug dealer tried to throw a bunch of marijuana out his window while he waited. 

The flat was located above a Birmingham shop and officers were about to raid it when an alleged dealer broke into the house. 

The topless man was captured on mobile phone throwing boxes from the window of his first-floor apartment before the police stormed the premises. 

This incident occurred in Birmingham, Monday 22 November in Erdington, Birmingham. 

Outside the building, officers used a brush with a brush to pick up suspected drugs and then placed them in evidence bags to be forensically examined.  

 Meanwhile, stunned cops stand underneath and begin collecting the large stash of drugs into evidence bags with a dustpan and brush as it piles up on the pavement.

A male officer shouts at the windows: “You’re being filmed. You know it’s pointless.” 

It is evident that the sidewalk has turned green from the plant material being tossed out of the window.  

A suspected drug dealer threw his stash out of the window of his flat which was above the Swag Emporium shop in the Erdington area of Birmingham

The suspect drug dealer, who lived above the Swag Emporium in Birmingham’s Erdington neighborhood, threw his stuff out the window of his apartment.

Several police officers stood out of the way as the green plants were thrown out of the window

A number of police officers were on the ground as the green plant was thrown out the window.

One officer tells the man his attempts are pointless as he is being filmed

A police officer says to the man that his attempts at capturing him are futile because he is being filmed. 

When officers eventually cleaned up the mess, they said they had recovered 20kg of cannabis in total, worth an estimated £6,000. 

Later, a man aged 34 was arrested on suspicion that he had marijuana with an intent to supply. 

Birmz Is Grime uploaded the video online. It has been seen more than 50,000. 

A running commentary can be heard from the individual recording the video. He stated, “This geezer is throwing out ounces.”

“How much have you got?” What the f**k. That stinks that does, you know.

“Man has dropped a package out of the window. What a morning! Watching a geezer get beat up.

He said that all of his weed was on the floor. He tossed a large box out the window.

Police from the West Midlands raided the apartment above Swag Emporium’s clothes shop. There were some reactions on social media. 

Officers swept up the suspected cannabis using a brush and pan before placing it into evidence bags. In total, the haul weighed 20kg and had a potential street value of £6,000

Before placing the evidence in bags, officers used a brush to remove any suspected cannabis. In total, the haul weighed 20kg and had a potential street value of £6,000

One man wrote that he was unable to do illegal activities in a shop called “swag” and it would lead him into serious trouble.

Another said, “Not really the best idea.” He may have panicked. The feds cannot have believed the footage he was showing. He didn’t have to move a muscle.

Another person said: “Imagine having an illegal den over a shop boasting high fashion. 

Spokesman for West Midlands Police said that a 34-year old man was taken into custody on suspicion of possessing cannabis with intent to sell.

He was arrested following the execution on Monday of an intelligence led warrant at Erdington’s Orphanage Road.

‘A crossbow and three imitation guns were found at the flat, along with approximately £6,000, 20kg of cannabis, 24 cannabis plants, a large volume of suspected cannabis oil and other items.

“The man continues to be held in custody as the investigation progresses.

‘Anyone with information that may help should message us via Live Chat on our website

“Alternatively, you can call Crimestoppers anonymously at 0800 555 112”