Police in New Zeland seized marijuana over the past year and decided to burn off the marijuana that they didn't smoke or sell through their network of distributors. Police officers in Picton, New Zealand were burning marijuana when the wind changed direction and blew the marijuana cloud into a neighboring school. The fact that the police officers were higher than Vice President Christine O'Donnell in the Oval Office with President Sarah Palin doing wicked witch dancing among the stars had nothing to do with the error.
St. Joseph's school principal Peter Knowles noticed the marijuana smoke and called the police. It was hard to detect what Peter Knowles said on the 911 call because he was jamming brownies down his throat at the time of the call. St. Joseph's bathrooms turned co-ed during the incident as the students were laughing and giggling and orgying. American transfer student Wendy O'donnell said, "Wow, if school was like this in Detroit we may not have so many drop outs."
Officer Peter Payne said a small amount of marijuana was in the incinerator when the wind changed direction and unexpectedly took the marijuana smoke cloud into St. Joseph's school. Sgt. Payne said, "A big gust just came and took it in a different direction, man. It can't be helped; it's just an act of nature." Principal Knowles said, "I stood on the front lawn, and I kept saying to the kids, 'Don't inhale, don't inhale."