Otherwise normal folks suddenly running naked, screaming through the streets and breaking into homes? That kind of bizarre and sometimes dangerous behavior has taken place in recent years in the South and Midwest — with the most recent headline-grabbing case in Missouri. Flakka, whose chemical name is alpha-PVP, seemed to fall off the national radar last year after China, a key source of the substance, moved to ban its production and exportation under pressure from the United States. But police and federal drug officials say those who manufacturer such substances eventually try to game the system by changing one aspect of the chemical composition so that it no longer violates a ban. Health and security officials in Oklahoma, Kansas and Arkansas — other states where the Mercy hospital system operates facilities — are also seeing flakka cases. Earlier this month, four people in Sullivan, Mo.
Drug that makes people strip, bark taking over parts of US
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FOX19 - Yet another new drug with even crazier side effects including running in the nude is flooding the country. It's called 'Flakka' and now experts worry it's growing popularity will bring it to the Tri-State. In just the last five days, FOX 19 NOW heard several calls for help in Cincinnati involving nude, irrational people acting erratically. He's running down the road.
A dangerous new drug is making people get naked and do stupid (and criminal) things
The background : There's a photo of today's new duo, naked, although whether they're on drugs we can't tell. We can tell, however, that the photo of them was taken in the bath, which is fitting because they actually sound dirty, not to mention look it. Seedy, unsavoury. Like they've been living in grim bedsits and doing unseemly things in dank cellars. Put it this way: you wouldn't allow your daughter to spend more than five minutes with them any more than you would permit them to, say, marry a Rolling Stone.
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