We're a nation of curry lovers, but one bloke went a bit too far when he found himself in trouble with the law this year.
The unnamed man was being booked into cells in the West Midlands when stunned officers found a samosa up his backside, reports Birmingham Live.
We don't have any clue what flavour it was – we just sure hope he didn't end up eating it.
The detainee was found with the fried savoury treat during a police search before being booked into a police custody facility.
It is alleged the man told officers he wanted to sneak the samosa into his cell as a snack as he was sceptical about the quality of food offered by the force.
Maybe he was trying to curry favour with some of the lags already inside...
Inspector Manj Ahir, from West Midlands Police Criminal Justice department, said: "We’ve had a few odd incidents. One that sticks in my mind was a man found with a samosa secreted between his buttocks during a search.
"He said he wanted to sneak it into the cell as a snack as he’d didn’t think the food was up to much. He’d obviously not read our positive Tripadvisor reviews!"
But the Inspector revealed that it wasn't always bad.
He went on: "A man was booked in with us in Oldbury just after midnight on December 6 for an assault. He was in his 40s but had ever been arrested before.
“He had type 2 diabetes so he was checked over by the custody nurse, we got his meds from home and took his bloods through the night. He also saw an alcohol referral worker as he’d had a drink for the first time in six years, which he believed led to the arrest.
“A few days later he turned up at the Oldbury block with chocolates to say thanks for the care he received from the staff. It was a lovely gesture."