I don't know if you have to be on drugs to come up with an idea like this. But you definitely need to be on drugs to think it would work . . .
A 34-year-old woman in Albuquerque, New Mexico named Ginger Sharpe had to take a drug test last month as part of her probation stemming from forgery charges last year.
And when she tested positive for meth, she tried to convince her probation officer that it was MEDICINAL meth. (THAT'S NOT A THING! ANYWHERE!)
She claimed it was prescribed by her doctor, and even had a pill bottle with a fake label that said it contained 5-milligram methamphetamine pills.
Unfortunately for Ginger, her probation officer didn't buy it. So now she's facing more forgery charges.
They also charged her with identity theft, because she put her real doctor's name on the pill bottle.