Did several Drug Enforcement Administration agents accept the assistance of two men they pulled over who were in a purportedly stolen vehicle to then go into the woods and bust an active drug-cooking operation? No, that's not true: This video depicts a fictional scenario, one of a series made by video creator PhilTheThrill.
The video was published on Facebook by PhilTheThrill on November 12, 2021. It was captioned, "They pulled me over" and titled:
DEA agents pull me over
This is how the post looked at the time of writing:
(Image source: Facebook screenshot taken on Wed Apr 27 15:35:57 2022 UTC)
The video creator's Facebook page has many videos with dramatic fictional scenarios such as finding a bag of money and trying to return it, finding a car full of kidnapped people, finding a missing person, finding a missing baby and finding a missing puppy. Other videos show the video creator being robbed.
This series includes a video where some shady characters steal his truck, followed by a video where he steals his truck back from people who are wearing hazmat suits cooking something in a camper parked in a clearing in the woods. In this video he is pulled over by "DEA agents" who think the truck is stolen. After some tense moments, the DEA agents are convinced to allow themselves to be guided to the clearing in the woods where the shady characters are "cooking glass."
Although the PhilTheThrill Facebook page does not have a disclaimer, there is a disclaimer on the popular YouTube channel, which reads:
Disclaimer: All videos are filmed in a closed course in Mexico as part of a police training initiative, unless otherwise specifically stated. All content posted under this domain has neither any affiliation with its poster nor any relation to the rider portrayed in any way which includes, but is not limited to his or her likeness, location, or personal identity. All stunts were performed by or under the supervision of trained professionals. Do not try anything you see at home. Some locations may have been modified to appear riders are riding somewhere they are not. In order to be more relatable to certain viewer locations and or demographic.