Super Bowl Contest Winner Sent Packing For 2 Grams Of Cannabis, From 30 Years Ago


In what’s surely to be a horror story for cannabis consuming football fans, a man who lives on Vancouver Island was denied entrance in to the country – making him miss the Super Bowl he had tickets for – because of a prior cannabis possession charge. The charge was for 2 grams, and happened over 30 years ago.

Even worse, the chances of him obtaining his Super Bowl tickets to begin with were one in four million; Myles Wilkinson gained his tickets through a fantasy football contest, where over four million people attempted to win the same prize.

The 50-year old man experienced problems at the border when U.S. custom agents noticed that he had a cannabis possession charge, from when he was 19.

The brave men, who were clearly “protecting” our country from a big, bad cannabis consumers, refused to let him go forward.

– TheJointBlog

2 thoughts on “Super Bowl Contest Winner Sent Packing For 2 Grams Of Cannabis, From 30 Years Ago”

  1. That is messed up.

    I am researching the sociology of cannabis at Central Washington University. As I am conducting sociological research into the cannabis culture and cannabis markets. As such I have created a survey to collect this data from participants.

    Could I ask that you all take the survey and share the link among your friends and social networks?

    Thank you in advance!


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