A drug dealer in Germany offered a plainclothes policeman to buy cocaine from him.
Police said that the 36-year-old accused spoke to the “wrong customer” in Hamm city last Friday evening.
The policeman approached the merchant and escorted him to a friend’s house, where the dealer, according to the agreement, wanted to bring a bag of cocaine.
When the accused returned, the policeman was waiting for help at the doorstep and criminal proceedings were launched against the man for trafficking cocaine.
No other drugs were found in the apartment, but a stolen bike and wallet were found, and the police began investigating the 48-year-old owner of the apartment.