Dopey drug smuggler pretends to be possessed by DEMON to avoid going to jail - and everyone's laughing at him

Dopey drug smuggler pretends to be possessed by DEMON to avoid going to jail - and everyone's laughing at him

The lag threw himself to the floor in the courtroom and in a bizarre Exorcist-style stunt which saw him flailing his arms and moaning

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