A heroin dealer who was caught carrying a stun gun disguised as an iPhone has been jailed for almost eight years.
Stephen Smith had what appeared to be three mobile phones on him when he was arrested for drug offences in Maidstone in 2014.
But when officers tested them they discovered one was a weapon which could be used to incapacitate people.
Quantities of heroin and cocaine were also found in his car. More drugs were found when Smith, of Hart Dyke Road, Swanley, was searched, some of which had fallen down his trouser leg.
Deal bags, cash and mobile phones were also seized and Smith was arrested.
Officers found they were unable to activate one of the phones and further research revealed the device was a disguised electronic stun device, capable of emitting a powerful shock.
It was charged and in full working order.
Forensic tests on the drugs seized revealed Smith had been in possession of almost 11 grams of cocaine and around 24 grams of heroin.
He was jailed by Maidstone Crown Court for seven years and eight months.
He had previously pleaded guilty to counts of possessing heroin and cocaine with intent to supply and to possessing a concealed weapon.