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  1. Woman caught smuggling vodka into sporting event inside salami sandwich

    What's the most creative way you've ever tried to sneak alcohol into a venue? One woman decided that, instead of packing simply salami, she'd bring a vodka sandwich to the track...
  2. Guy sneaks alcohol into music festival by burying it three weeks prior

    Guy buries Nalgene bottle filled with vodka to avoid expensive festival drinks. (Reuters) As venues ratchet up prices of alcohol, more people are attempting to sneak their own booze in past security checks. Over the years, the plans have definitely gotten more elaborate – like when a woman tried to sneak in a bottle of vodka in her salami sandwich. But now people are taking it even further by thinking ahead – three weeks ahead to be exact. At least that’s what New Yoker Alex Diamond...
  3. What you can learn from Einstein's quirky habits.

    More than 10 hours of sleep and no socks – could this be the secret to thinking like a genius? Celebrated inventor and physicist Nikola Tesla swore by toe exercises – every night, he’d repeatedly ‘squish’ his toes, 100 times for each foot, according to the author Marc J Seifer. While it’s not entirely clear exactly what that exercise involved, Tesla claimed it helped to stimulate his brain cells. AMPHETAMINE MATHEMATICIAN The most prolific mathematician of the 20th Century, Paul Erdos,...
  4. Middle East; Kuwait - Pigeon 'caught with backpack of drugs'

    Customs officials in Kuwait have apprehended a pigeon carrying drugs in a miniature backpack, Kuwaiti newspaper al-Rai reports. A total of 178 pills were found in the fabric pocket attached to its back, the newspaper says. The bird was caught near the customs building in Abdali, close to the border with Iraq. An al-Rai journalist said the drugs were a form of ketamine, an anaesthetic also used as an illegal party drug. Abdullah Fahmi told the BBC that customs officials already knew...
  5. Detentions After Opium Used to Spice up Love Life and Noodles

    Though the practice was outlawed in 1991, cooks continue to spike their soups and hot pots with poppy powder and poppy pods, both of which contain low amounts of opiates such as morphine and codeine. While it is unclear whether small amounts of poppy make a restaurant’s food addictive, this often seems to be the aim of certain unscrupulous chefs. In 2016, a campaign to curb the use of illegal additives by China’s Food and Drug Administration identified 35 restaurants across China, including...
  6. Propaganda - Drug users must be penalized like pushers, unless they are minors

    Until the extent of the illegal-drugs contamination in the country was unraveled by President Duterte, who would have thought that the country’s illegal-drugs ring reached all the way up in the police and government hierarchy. With police generals, governors, mayors and legislators being allegedly involved in illegal-drugs trade, I cannot imagine where the country could have been, if not for Duterte’s real hard stand against illegal drugs. And, most important, if many of our supposed...
  7. Christian’s Bible interpretation led him to grow dope, as judge gives final chance at redemption

    A BIBLICAL “message” imploring a devout Christian to grow a backyard cannabis crop to become “closer to God” has instead landed the man closer to jail. District Court judge Paul Muscat this week warned the father-of-two to quit his longstanding dope habit or go to jail over the seizure of 83 cannabis plants and a quantity of the hallucinogenic drug mescaline in February 2016. The 38-year old confessed to cultivating a commercial quantity of cannabis and possession of mescaline, which he...
  8. Two-meter long jungle snake addicted to meth after being cooped up inside a drug lab

    A two-metre python seized by police on a raid of a methamphetamine lab, was so addicted to drugs it had to be checked into a prison rehabilitation facility. The giant snake instantly caught the attention of police when it snapped at officers and later acted aggressively towards animal handlers during the raid in mid-2016. Wildlife experts soon realised that while cooped up inside the drug den the python had been exposed to methamphetamine particles and had in fact become addicted to 'ice'....
  9. Parrots high on drugs are raiding farmers' poppy fields to get their opium fix

    Drug-addicted parrots are locked in a vicious feud with Indian farmers as the birds plunder poppy fields for their next opium fix. The parrots perch in wait while farm workers slit open flower pods to help the morphine-rich crop ripen. The birds then swoop down in silence to chew on the stalk below the pods, which holds the plants' potent payload. The birds have learnt not to squawk during their raids so as not to attract attention. Footage shows them heading back to the safety of high...
  10. Rats blamed for missing marijuana in Nagpur

    Rats could have damaged packets of marijuana, says GRP. Rats are not known to consume marijuana, or quaff liquor, but in Nagpur they apparently do. At least, that’s what the Nagpur Government Railway Police would have you believe. According to sources, some 25 kg of seized marijuana and a large quantity of liquor from around 25 bottles have been found missing from the godown in which they were stored. When Mirror spoke to Abhay Panhekar, senior inspector, Nagpur GRP, he said that the drugs...
  11. Woman spikes boss' coffee so he could forget about unpaid loan.

    WAUSAU, Wis. -- A Wisconsin woman was arrested for allegedly spiking her boss' coffee to make him forget about the money she owed him. Karen Zenner, 56, was charged on Thursday with one felony count of putting foreign objects in food. Zenner placed caffeine pills, water pills, anti-anxiety medication and eye drop solution in her boss’s coffee for about three weeks, according to court documents. She told police she hoped the mixture would make him sick, so he could forget about the $2,000...
  12. Substitute teacher threw up in class, had box of wine in her purse.

    LEXINGTON COUNTY, SC (WIS) - A substitute teacher at a Lexington 2 high school was so intoxicated that she threw up on the floor of the classroom and had to be taken to Lexington Medical Center, according to an incident report. The Lexington County Sheriff's Department incident report claims the teacher, identified as Judith Elizabeth Richards-Gartee, 52, could not even stand up when a school administrator arrived. "She had a box of wine in her bag that was opened, and students said she...
  13. Ever Dream of a Weird, 'Cold Hard' Alcoholic-Coffee Morning? Well, Wait No Longer

    Need an extra kick in the morning? A brand of canned cold brew coffee called Bad Larry's has decided to amp up its offerings this spring with an alcoholic version. You read that right: the morning's caffeine boost is about to get that much weirder, so consider rethinking your early meeting schedule. Following in the wake of news about alcohol-infused coffee out of California, the Midwest is throwing in "cold hard coffee" into the mix. It's a locally-sourced cold brew that will get steeped...
  14. Naked brothers high on mushrooms terrorized apartment complex, police say.

    INDIANAPOLIS - Two brothers took magic mushrooms, got naked and then caused havoc around an Indianapolis apartment complex Sunday, according to court documents. Noah Batz, 24, and Timothy Batz, 21, pleaded not guilty Wednesday to a combined 17 charges including public nudity, battery and resisting arrest, according to WXIN. “We knew it was something beyond just being drunk or high ... it was something heavy duty. Not a good batch of whatever he got," said witness Aimee Payton, who also...
  15. Political fact-check: Drugs are not cheaper than candy bars

    Philip Bump examines President Trump's claim that "drugs are becoming cheaper than candy bars" as he deconstructs Trump's alarmist anti-drug remarks. As Bump explains, "The reason he said this is clear. Trump has been hammering on the threat posed by crime and the dangers of drug abuse for some time, in part because it helps make the political case for his policies, like building a wall on the Mexican border. But it isn’t really true."
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