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Jim Christodoulou (photo), 60, was found by the police with 1,422 kilograms of cannabis, $ 2,340 in cash and scales at his home in December 2018

Pothead wastes the legacy of his deceased mother of $ 12,000 in cannabis before being attacked by the huge supply and imprisoned

  • Jim Christodoulou was found in 2018 with a 1.5 kg pot in his Bundaberg house
  • He pleaded guilty in September 2019 and was sentenced to nine months in prison
  • The 60-year-old used the legacy of his deceased mother to buy the medicine
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A pothead was caught with 1.5 kilos of marijuana after he had spent the legacy of his deceased mother on the drug.

Jim Christodoulou, 60, was found by the police in December 2018 with 1,422 kilograms of cannabis, $ 2,340 cash and scales at his home in the Bundaberg region of Queensland.

He pleaded guilty in September and was sentenced to nine months in prison Sunshine Coast Daily.

Jim Christodoulou (photo), 60, was found by the police with 1,422 kilograms of cannabis, $ 2,340 in cash and scales at his home in December 2018

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Jim Christodoulou (photo), 60, was found by the police with 1,422 kilograms of cannabis, $ 2,340 in cash and scales at his home in December 2018

Christodoulou claimed that the punishment was excessive because he never sold the drug and said he only used it to relieve back pain.

He said he had used the drug for 20 years after breaking his back.

The man denied that the drugs would be sold for profit. He had no history of drug charges in the past.

Christodoulou claimed that the punishment was excessive because he never sold the drug - he only used it to relieve back pain after a horse accident 20 years ago (stock)

Christodoulou claimed that the punishment was excessive because he never sold the drug - he only used it to relieve back pain after a horse accident 20 years ago (stock)

Christodoulou claimed that the punishment was excessive because he never sold the drug – he only used it to relieve back pain after a horse accident 20 years ago (stock)

Despite Christodoulou's denials, the judge – William Everson – did not believe the drugs were for personal use only.

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Christodoulou was sentenced to nine months in prison last month – however, he appealed the length of the sentence because he believed it was excessive.

The court rejected the appeal this week.

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