Parents in Snifataway, New York, attempting a novel approach at detecting teen drug use, are encountering unexpected results.
Employing dogs trained to sniff out contraband from international shipping containers, borrowed from the New York Port Authority, the parents involved in the pilot program require their kids to get sniffed by the pooches before they are allowed back in the house, after high school.
Unfortunately, the kids are circumventing the system. Teenage girls are filling their pockets with chocolate on the way home, the dogs gobbling up the chocolate, going into immediate seizures, and dropping dead before detecting any drugs.
Teenage boys, however, employ a radically different technique to achieve the exact same result: the boys stopped bathing, and the dogs die quicker - even instantaneously after Mom opens the door on days when the boys have football practice.