A Hafod drug dealer who can be called upon at any time of day has been omitted from this year’s honours list by the Queen.

Recreational drug dealer Pete Bowen, who’s spent the last two years working erratic shifts, was nominated for an accolade by customers ‘Rob the Rave’ and ‘Triple Drop Theresa’.

Rob said: “He’s providing a service which is the backbone of our economy and deserves some recognition.

“He was there for me at 4am on the 1st of November after a Halloween party in Clase and he’ll be there for me in the early hours of next Bank Holiday Monday.

“He’s forthright with various deals on low purity Bolivian via text and is always readily available with Sunday skunk. I mean, the grass is never green as they say, but he’s there you know?”

Theresa added: “I’d have thought he’d have been awarded a Commander of Benzo Excellence with no issue at all.

“The Network Rail boss got one and none of his services are as reliable as Pete.”

Bowen added: “I don’t do this for the accolades, I do it to see their little upside down smiles when I arrive with high premium and low quality drugs on Sunday mornings.

“I’m not saying it wouldn’t be nice to be recognised by my social equals in the Royal Family, it’s just not the end of the world.”

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