Meth discovery evacuates golf course
Could it be that Heisenberg got one last cook in before Sunday's series finale of "Breaking Bad"?
All Walter White jokes aside, golfers were evacuated off a Greenville, S.C., golf course on Sept. 26 after two golfers found containers of methamphetamine in a nearby wooded area, according to WNCN.
Harold Alexander and his playing partner found what appeared to be weed-killer containers near the fourth green at Donaldson Golf Club. They then brought the containers into the clubhouse.
"The owner (of the club), he took the top off and he said it had a really vile smell, almost knocked the top of his head off, he said. So that's when he called the Sheriff's Department," Alexander said.
The Greenville County Sheriff’s Office confirmed the containers were from a meth lab.
A spokesperson for the Sheriff's Office said deputies do not know how long the containers had been out there, but Alexander said he'd played the course the day before and did not see them.
Information from WNCN.com was used in this report.