For many people who decide to take illegal drugs, they tend not to care too much about where the drugs have come from, how they were made, which carcinogenic chemicals have been added to the drugs or how they have been transported into the country.
But if you are thinking about dipping your toe into the murky world of drug abuse, then perhaps this very simple message from Runnymeade Beat (Surrey Police) might just make you think twice about ingesting whatever it is that is being offered to you.
In a post shared on Facebook, Runnymeade Beat pointed out:
‘Good evening everybody.
‘What better a moment to spark some jolly good family tea time discussion for the sake of those who may be on the brink of experimenting with drugs.
‘Thought we’d probably start by letting you know where some drugs have been on their journey into your possession.
‘- inside someone’s anus? Certainly…
– in a drug dealers mouth? Very likely..
– tucked inside the foreskin of a er….er…erm….you know…er…a man’s…..ahem……..male appendage.
– swallowed and later….er…..erm…er….well quite….
‘If you want to deter your children from taking drugs, then the truth about how they are often transported may help whilst you’re sat down together to eat.
‘On the other hand, you may want to wait until later….’
The post seemed to be well received by followers after it was shared over 500 times and had notched up nearly 1,000 ‘likes’.
This ‘information’ might be worth sharing with anyone who you think might be tempted to dabble with some illegal drugs.
If the thought of what is actually put into the substances does not put them off, then maybe the thought of where the drugs have been could be enough to dissuade ‘curious’ individuals.
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