He made it too cheesy for cops.
A British drug dealer was busted after he shared a photo of his hand holding a block of cheese — and police were able to analyze his fingerprints.
Carl Stewart, 39, of Liverpool in northwest England, sent a picture of a block of mature blue Stilton he picked up in the upscale British retail chain, Marks & Spencer, Merseyside police said.
He had sent the photo on an encrypted messaging service called EncroChat — where he used the handle “Toffeeforce” to peddle cocaine, heroin, DMA and ketamine, cops said.
“His palm and fingerprints were analyzed from this picture and it was established they belonged to Stewart,” Merseyside police Detective Inspector Lee Wilkinson said in a statement Friday.
The cheese-loving drug dealer was sentenced to 13 years in prison after pleading guilty to conspiracy to supply cocaine,…