College football QB charged with having cocaine — he claims it was bird poop, and the charges were dropped
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A college football quarterback was charged last month with cocaine possession for a substance he claims was bird poop, and the charges against him were dropped Thursday, according to the Savannah Morning News.

Georgia Southern quarterback Shai Werts was pulled over for speeding on July 31. During the traffic stop, the officers discovered a "slime-like, white substance" on the hood of the car, leading to the following exchange:"What's the white stuff on your hood, man?" the officer asked Werts,...

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