PYONGYANG, NORTH KOREA - AUGUST 21: Employees children take part in a music and dance lesson at a kindergarten in the Kim Jong Suk Silk Factory on August 21, 2018 in Pyongyang, North Korea. Despite ongoing international negotiations aimed at easing tensions on the Korean peninsula, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea remains the most isolated and secretive nation on earth. Since it's formation in 1948 the country has been led by the Kim dynasty, a three-generation lineage of North Korean leadership descended from the country's first leader, Kim Il-sung followed by Kim Jong-il and grandson and current leader, Kim Jong-un. Although major hostilities ceased with the signing of the Armistice in 1953, the two Koreas have remained technically at war and the demilitarised zone along the border continues to be the most fortified border in the world. (Photo by Carl Court/Getty Images)
Usually kids sneak toys or candy into school but authorities say a Philly 5-year-old brought 22 bags of crack cocaine – and now they have questions for dad.
Police received a call from Saint Cyprian Children’s Center preschool administration this week. The boy was “acting out of character” and staff could clearly see he had something in his pocket. They thought it was a large toy but it ended up being a clear bag with 22 zip lock bags of crack, Fox News reports.
Authorities say testing has confirmed the drugs and police are looking into the child’s 27-year-old father.