A drug dealer has been found hiding in a completely hilarious place after police officers stormed his home to arrest him for his crimes.
Photos have shown the really hilarious moment police officers found a suspected drug dealer trying to evade capture by hiding under a bucket, with his feet sticking out from under it.
According to The Sun UK, Thanathip Thongsuk, 22, had allegedly been handling drugs with pals at a snooker hall in Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thailand, on October 18.
Informants tipped off police who raided Thanathip’s house less than mile away in the Thung Yai district at around 10pm.
Thanathip fled the home but police searched two toilets at the rear of the building and spotted the bungling escapee hiding under a giant pink tub.
Officers said they retrieved a stash of methamphetamine tablets – known locally as “yabba” – from the toilet which Thanathip had allegedly forgotten to flush.
Police Colonel Somnuek Suwannawong said the suspect had been arrested on suspicion of dealing drugs.
He said: “There was a report of a group of young people using methamphetamine at a snooker hall.
“On arrival at the suspect’s home he tried to run away into the toilet.”
Police found two bathrooms at the back of the property and they said they found Thanathip Thongsuk in the second one.
Col Suwannawong continued: “A large pink basin was in the corner of the room and officers noticed that it was uneven, floating above the ground.”
When they looked closer, officers said they saw two feet poking out.
Col Suwannawong added: “Then when they looked closer they saw a foot.
“There were eight methamphetamine tablets in the toilet. They were taken as evidence.”
Thanathip said he had emptied the water from the large bucket – which is normally used to flush the squat-style toilets – onto the ground before climbing inside.
He admitted possession of drugs but police are still investigating the incident.
Col Suwannawong added: “The suspect Mr Thongsuk admitted that he forgot to flush the tablets away.
“There is more investigation to do into the wider group and where the drugs came from.”