Jimmy John's delivery driver found hiding stash of weed in sandwich

A Jimmy John’s delivery driver in Minnesota was busted for hiding marijuana in a sandwich.

The Osseo Police Department posted about the unusual encounter on Facebook Wednesday.

An officer pulled over the delivery vehicle for a moving violation, but as she approached the car, she noticed a “free smell” coming from inside.

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“That free smell wasn’t that of a tasty Turkey Tom or Vito sandwich,” the department wrote.

Officials also shared photos of the sub with a long roll of weed packaged in saran wrap stuffed between the meat and bread.

“No, that is not a pickle or oregano adorning that sandwich,” the post read.

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“Moral of the story, don’t hide your weed inside your sub sandwich. We can still smell it behind all the other deliciousness. #DrugsAreBadMmmkay #NiceTry #FreeSmells.”

While medical marijuana is legal in Minnesota, for those without a green card, possession of more than 42.5 grams of the drug will result in a $200 fine. Possession of more than that is considered a felony, with a maximum possible sentence of five years in prison and a $5,000 fine, according to StateLaws.com.

A spokesperson for Jimmy John's did not immediately respond to Fox News' request for comment.