JERUSALEM (AP) — An Israeli man looking for a job may need to add "drug dealer" to his resume. Or, perhaps: No more Mr. Niceguy.
Police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld says officers arrested the 27-year-old from central Israel after finding his CV in a bag along with 350 packets of an illegal drug.
Rosenfeld said on Tuesday that the man was shocked when police knocked on his door and asked how they found him.
Police say the resume described him as "responsible" and "serious" and said he had a background in security.
The drug, called "Mr. Niceguy," is a synthetic substance that users say has narcotic effects. It was outlawed in Israel about a year ago following reports of its negative effects.
Police found the resume and drugs in an impounded car.