Someone Attempted To Use Fake ID Of Marvel's Thor To Buy Weed Online
We've all been there: sick of standing outside the local Co-op and mithering passers-by to go in for a couple of bottles of Lambo and 20 Richmond, you decide to take matters into your own hands.
Perhaps you knew where you could buy a (inevitably unconvincing) fake ID for about 20 quid, or even tried to doctor your own date of birth on your passport (not a great idea). The ultimate deception? Maybe not. Alternatively, though, you could just use the ID of a completely fictional character.
Yep, that's right guys - Thor is fictional. However, one person did try and pass off as the Norse god of thunder himself when they went to buy weed from an online dispensary in Canada. It goes without saying, but... don't try this at home, eh?
my sister works for an online weed dispensary and I'm losing my mind rn pic.twitter.com/9TQhIPO16Q
- sloane (sipihkopiyesis) (@cottoncandaddy) July 17, 2019
The dispensary workers noticed that the document looked a little too familiar, before realising the photo on that ID was actually a picture of the Marvel superhero - or, more precisely, the actor Chris Hemsworth, who plays the character. What are the chances, eh?
A Twitter user who goes by the name of @cottoncandaddy posted the hilarious exchange between herself and her sister - who works at the weed dispensary.
She wrote: "My sister works for an online weed dispensary and I'm losing my mind rn," with a screen grab of their conversation.
Her sister sent the fake ID, saying: "Look at the photo ID someone tried to use to apply on my site." The response is almost certainly the same as yours - just a barrel of HAHAHAHAHAs. Class.
If we scrutinise the ID properly, this was always going to be a disaster. For a start, the damn thing ran out in May of 2017.
The name and address is worth mentioning, as it reads 'Thor Thunder Odinson', who lives at '96 Big Hammer Ln'.
People found the post hilarious, with one writing: "The funniest part is that weed is legal here so the person is probably underage mad props to their photoshop skills."
Another eagle-eyed fan posted: "I like that the issue year is 2012 (the same year Avengers was released), and the expiration date is 2017 (the same year Thor: Ragnarok [was] released).
"I doubt it was intentional, but a really cool coincidence! 2012: Thor joined the Avengers, 2017: Asgard is destroyed."
A third joked: "To be fair, he was pretty stressed out in the last Avengers movie".
Featured Image Credit: Twitter/@cottoncandaddy