Source: Sunstar General Santos (Philippines) 'KATSUBONG' TURNS 11 PERSONS 'CRAZY' GENERAL SANTOS -- Two persons ended up detained at the Bula police precinct early Tuesday after they apparently got 'high' on a cocktail made out of an intoxicating plant and powdered juice drink. One other person was declared missing while eight suffered various degree of "behavioral disorder." Brought to the police detention center and detained for safekeeping were Kenneth Garcia and Benito Estrada, who were also handcuffed after exhibiting violent behavior inside the detention cell. Missing was a certain Jelmar Orillano who reportedly took a swim at the beach after experiencing uneasiness after drinking the concoction. He remains missing as of press time. Police said the victims gathered several fruits of the 'katsubong plant' and mixed them with a sachet of 8 O'clock powdered juice drink Monday evening. After drinking the potent concoction, the victims reportedly suffered unusual highs and proceeded to a beach in Bula where they were seen digging the sand Tuesday dawn. Katsubong is an eggplant-like plant with a rounded fruit laden with thorns. It is reportedly a medicinal plant used to cure asthma. Others who fell ill after drinking the potent cocktail were, Ricky Quidoc, Edwin Jardinan, Richard Bucao, Allan Las, Lalay Orillano, Junjun Paman, Junjun Mercado and Gerry Orillano, owner of the house where the group held its drinking session.