Red Wine was one of the hottest products of the 21st century.
In the 1980s, the product was touted as the solution to America’s obesity crisis.
Now, the products are increasingly becoming an off-market store that has caused many to question their value.
One man, a convicted drug trafficker, is selling Red Wine to a prison.
He is selling it as a cure for prisoners who are dying of opioid overdoses.
For some, it’s a way to help prisoners escape from jail.
The man in the video, identified only as Joseph, is also selling it to a jail to treat inmates who have lost their minds, according to the Daily Beast.
It’s a drug war, but he wants to help the people who need it the most.
“It’s one of those things that I really like because it’s one less thing that is going to be a hassle to have to deal with, because we can just take it to the jail,” Joseph said.
“It’s not like it’s going to take away from what we’re trying to do, and it’s not going to put you in a situation where you have to get to a pharmacy and get the prescription from someone.”
Joseph told the Daily News he had no idea he was selling Red Wines to a prisoner when he approached him to buy a bottle of wine.
“I was like, ‘Whoa, whoa, you know who I am?’
He was like ‘Yes, I know who you are,’ and I was like yeah, I’m Joseph.
I know you are Joseph,’ and he was like oh my God, this is crazy.
I’m so happy,” Joseph told the newspaper.
Joseph, a former federal prisoner who was convicted of narcotics trafficking, told the outlet that his goal is to sell his products to people who are in need of a quick fix to help them stop using drugs.
But that doesn’t mean he has no qualms about selling to prisoners.
“I’m going to make it easy for people, and they can do it without having to worry about getting caught,” he told the New York Daily News.
On a recent episode of The Howard Stern Show, he said he’d help anyone who needs a fix, but it would be “unethical” to sell them to a criminal.
This is not the first time a former inmate has sold Red Wine.
During his prison time, a man named Richard told Howard Stern that he would sell a bottle to someone who needs it.
Stern agreed to host a radio show in which the host would help inmates and their families buy Red Wine in order to alleviate their opioid addiction.
According to Howard Stern, the Red Wine sales were “the first time I really thought about doing that.”
Red Wine is now a popular product.
After years of prison, it is now being sold in stores and online.
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