Saturday, April 10, 2021
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Man recalls moment cops told him to ‘have a good night’ in room full of weed amid chaos at Capitol

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A man who wound up in the U.S. Capitol says police greeted him with open arms, confirming a room ‘full of weed’ which resembled the scene out of a Hollywood comedy was perhaps the oddest moment amid the chaos at the Capitol, Your Content has learned.

“I walked in and there’s a bunch of people laying up in some Oregon room, they were smoking a bunch of weed in there.” the brazen man told CNN.

From there he journeyed to a nearby corridor where police greeted the group.

“Then we moved it down—so many statues. Cops were very cool—they’re like: ‘Hey guys have a good night,’” the man continued. “Well, some of them, which is crazy.

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The man told the outlet police greeted him when he was welcomed in and during his journey out.

“The cops were very cool, they’re like: ‘Hey guys have a good night.’ Some of them, which is crazy.

“It’s really weird. You could see that some of them are on our side.”

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