Drug Safety Warning from School

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My son returned from school with the following warning:
Ysgol Uwchradd Y Drenewydd said:
25 February 2008

Dear Parent/Carer.

It has been brought to our attention that a new drug has appeared on the black market (sic). It is a form of Crystal Meth and looks and smells like strawberry crackle (the kind of sweet that fizzes in your mouth). It is referred to as Strawberry Quick and also comes in chocolate, cola, peanut butter, cherry, grape and orange flavours. The side effects can be dangerous as the drug is ingested very quickly. Your child/children have been warned in assembly not to accept anything of this nature from either a stranger or someone known to them.

They have also been asked to inform a member of staff should they be aware of anything similar in this area. If you require any further information on this matter then do not hesitate to contact me.
Much of this type of activity has been happening since the influx of immigrants from Eastern Europe/Asia Minor, and the target seems to be young children. :mad:
 

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#2
Now, Now Rockape, you cannot go pointing fingers and giving drug dealing scum a bad name.

They'll have the law on you.
 
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Police quash Strawberry Quick drug rumour



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View GalleryBy Charles Ladbrook
POLICE have quashed an 'urban myth' that a new drug called Strawberry Quick is being given to school children in Lincolnshire.
Lincolnshire Police say people have been informed of the new drug by e-mail and over the web.
A police spokesman said: "The message gives information about a drug which is allegedly known as Strawberry Quick.
"The message claims this drug, based on crystal meth, looks and smells like a strawberry sweet or type of confectionary and is being handed out to school children in school playgrounds.
"It also allegedly comes in several other flavours.
"It seems this message is a hoax or urban myth which originates from the USA.
"We have long advised parents and school teachers to instruct children not to accept sweets from strangers and such advice is still relevant but there is no truth in the rumours surrounding the use and supply of any such drug within Lincolnshire.
"Lincolnshire is a very safe place to live but we do discover children and young people using illegal drugs both inside and outside schools.
"We would ask for parents, school teachers and members of the public to be vigilant and to report any concerns or suspicions to the police. "However, they should disregard the information as described above and delete any e-mails they receive regarding the drugs supply."
http://www.louthleader.co.uk/news/Police-quash-Strawberry-Quick-drug.3514980.jp

Damn those swarthy immigrants and their fictional drugs (and google-illiterate teachers)!
 
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rockape34 said:
It is a form of Crystal Meth and looks and smells like strawberry crackle (the kind of sweet that fizzes in your mouth). It is referred to as Strawberry Quick and also comes in chocolate, cola, peanut butter, cherry, grape and orange flavours.
finally!! Im so sick of that sharp, plastically taste of crystal meth, now a pleasing alternative.
 
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Rumpelstiltskin said:
Police quash Strawberry Quick drug rumour



Police quash drug rumour


« Previous « PreviousNext » Next »
View GalleryBy Charles Ladbrook
POLICE have quashed an 'urban myth' that a new drug called Strawberry Quick is being given to school children in Lincolnshire.
Lincolnshire Police say people have been informed of the new drug by e-mail and over the web.
A police spokesman said: "The message gives information about a drug which is allegedly known as Strawberry Quick.
"The message claims this drug, based on crystal meth, looks and smells like a strawberry sweet or type of confectionary and is being handed out to school children in school playgrounds.
"It also allegedly comes in several other flavours.
"It seems this message is a hoax or urban myth which originates from the USA.
"We have long advised parents and school teachers to instruct children not to accept sweets from strangers and such advice is still relevant but there is no truth in the rumours surrounding the use and supply of any such drug within Lincolnshire.
"Lincolnshire is a very safe place to live but we do discover children and young people using illegal drugs both inside and outside schools.
"We would ask for parents, school teachers and members of the public to be vigilant and to report any concerns or suspicions to the police. "However, they should disregard the information as described above and delete any e-mails they receive regarding the drugs supply."
http://www.louthleader.co.uk/news/Police-quash-Strawberry-Quick-drug.3514980.jp

Damn those swarthy immigrants and their fictional drugs (and google-illiterate teachers)!
Maybe the headmaster is going to get the whole school together for a special announcement and shout 'WAAH'
 
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Mr_Deputy said:
what does that mean. is it something pervy?
I think that was a reference to his evilness 'the Emperor Mong'
 
#11
Forastero said:
Cake? Try Triple Sod, Boz Boz or Clarky Cat. Much nicer. :wink:
Hattie Jacques' Portentous Cheesewog, surely.
 
#12
Dealers never hang around school handing out freebies the little ******* have to buy it like everyone else :twisted:
 
#13
Hey Aloysius, take care a guy in Swansea died of a cake overdose the other day, it was the real hard 'fairy cake' variety though
 

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