Ho ho hello!
On this day in debatable history, it is said wise men traveled great distances to give baby Jesus gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh.
Gold is still valuable, but the other two are aromatic oils from trees that can be replaced with a squirt of Febreze.
But police know the incense is frequently used to mask the telltale odor of marijuana.
Motorist Alain Cassagnol, 19, learned that after Myrtle Beach police with working noses found frankincense, myrrh and marijuana in his 2014 Mercedes-Benz.
Cassagnol was traveling a bit faster than the average camel — 103 mph in a 45 mph zone, according to a police report on The Smoking Gun.
The driver admitted to having marijuana in the car when police asked, and was booked for simple possession of 5.4 grams.
Cassagnol, whose Pinterest page advises followers to “stay high” and features an image of a “crazy blunt,” was released Monday, within 3 hours of being booked at the Horry County Jail, so there’s a good chance he still had a merry Christmas.
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