OK, no one's going to buy that, but let's say that some drugs are really not such a good idea.
Take Cloud Nine, for instance, aka Bath Salts and a host of other dozy names like Ivory Wave and Ocean Snow that make it sound like a Costcutter own-brand shampoo.
Bath Salts are credited with aiding the decision of Rudy Eugene to eat a homeless man's face. Minutes before, the Miami face-eater was seen naked as a jaybird, swinging from a lamppost. After that he went a little nuts.
Police were called after reports that he'd straddled his victim and was tucking into him with neither condiments nor cutlery. Police shot him dead, so we'll never know if he tasted like chicken.
Two weeks later another Bath Salts abuser threatened to eat police officers, despite how tough cop flesh is renowned to be.
But perhaps the most chilling tale of the effect Bath Salts can have occurred in Ohio where a man, high as kite held by a very tall man standing on a mountain, broke into a house and proceeded to put up their Christmas decorations.
When the family returned home they found a winter wonderland, plus a stranger lying on the couch watching telly.
Another Bath Salts burglar claimed the damage he caused was due to his being chased by electricity.
Don’t do Bath Salts. They're giving drugs a bad name.
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