11-Year-Old Kid Bought a Used GTA 5, Found a Bag of Meth in the Box
On Facebook, Kayla McAllister writes "Today, I was with my son at the GameStop in Tallahassee to exchange old games and get new ones. When he opened the book of one of the used games, we found a pack of fucking meth . Obviously, the game was not properly controlled when it came to the store, and through that negligence I could have lost my child. Fortunately, he brought the parcel directly to us and asked what that is."
Similar story happened before. In September 2016, another eleven-year-old kid from Louisiana bought a used game in a GameStop store and he also found a bag of meth. So when Kayla posted her son's story, she was even accused of "stealing" the story. Kayla also has a 3-year-old daughter at home, and she said "I could not sleep at all. While rummaging the son's games, the daughter could have found the drugs and this story might have gone differently. She could have died, and I would have to ask myself where the drugs came from."
GameStop contacted the mother and offered her a new video game. She refused and wrote on Facebook: "Please check all used games you buy. Just the thought that one of my kids can be hurt by something crazy is killing me. So PLEASE, CONTROL ALL."