A South Florida toddler learned a valuable lesson thanks to his mom Thursday.
If you're going to get high, make sure not to pass out behind the wheel.
That's what happened to Jessica Lobig, who was found by Boynton Beach police knocked out behind the wheel of her pick up truck with her two-year-old son in the backseat, according to the Palm Beach Post.
The truck was parked in front of a tanning salon near midnight, which was suspicious to the cop. When he went to get a closer look, he found 24-year-old Lobig slumped over the wheel of the vehicle and the baby sweating in the back.
When the cop opened the door, Lobig snapped out of her stupor long enough to tell the cop she had been "smoking blues" - code word for oxycodone. But blues wasn't the only clue the cop found in the truck.
Lobig also had a bottle of Xanax, marijuana and a marijuana pipe. She now is in jail facing child neglect and drug charges.
The baby is safe with relatives.