A NEW legal high similar to meow meow - nicknamed woof woof - is set to flood the streets of Britain.
The drug, real name MDAI, is being sold online in the UK.
One website markets it as "bubble bath" and sells it for £20 a gram. It has also been claimed it is four times stronger than its deadly predecessor. Meow meow - sold as plant food - was thought to have been responsible for the deaths of up to 26 teenagers chasing legal highs at parties.
It led to a successful Sun-backed campaign calling on the Government to ban it.
Meow meow was classified as a Class B drug in April. But it is feared woof woof could be as deadly, prompting calls for it to be made illegal, too.
[Synch: Source name removed], based in Cambridge, sold meow meow online before the ban. It is now marketing the new high as bubble bath with free local delivery.
By selling it as a bath product it can get round flimsy drug laws.
Its website states: "Please note that the chemicals sold here are NOT for human consumption."
Last night Tory Crime Prevention Minister James Brokenshire said the Government will fast-track bans on legal highs. He said: "We are going to change our drug laws so we can respond quickly to emerging substances by introducing a temporary ban while we seek full scientific advice."
By ANDY CRICK and EMMA MORTON
28/6/2010, The Sun
Woof Woof is the new Meow Meow