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At least the cops had a sense of humor about it. 

Pro tip: If you’re seeking drugs, don’t solicit Twitter for help.

“Aspiring mechanic” Sunith Baheerathan, 20, was apparently looking for some pot to get him through the day at a Vaughn, Ontario, auto shop.

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Baheerathan, who’s Twitter handle trended locally, tried to brush off the incident.

It’s not the first time York Regional Police have scolded Twitter users for drug use. YRP told off a Vaughn-area woman named Brittany last year. Oddly, she actually offered Baheerathan some words of wisdom.

Update: On Wednesday afternoon,  CBC News confirmed that Baheerathan was no longer employed by Mr. Lube. He’s since deleted his Twitter account. 

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