When the authorities raided Justin Bieber’s home, they came back with quite the haul. Among all the cocaine, codeine, sizzurp and marijuana, they also found some nude photos. Apparently, the Biebs is properly addicted to a prescription drug called Actavis prometh, which he mixes with codeine and cough syrup in order to get a fix.
It’s getting harder and harder to get away with smoking cigarettes without coming under fire from all and sundry – and it’s going to get that little bit more difficult.
Since Colorado legalised recreational marijuana use and distribution a few months ago, dispensaries have been inundated with baby boomers who have finally got what they’ve wanted all along.
What, you think a couple of bankers don’t like to kick back and smoke a doob every now and then? ‘Course they do. They do that, and a whole lot of other stuff.
What you didn’t know when you were watching Breaking Bad was that Walter White actually exists. And for 10 years, his was the best meth you could buy in the state of Alabama. Check out this radical 17 minute documentary over your lunch break. And relax, there aren’t any spoilers. [Source : YouTube]
An ever-thickening plot that began with the shocking revelations of Nigella’s drug habits has taken yet another turn, as the TV chef reveals that former husband, Charles Saatchi, strangled her in a jealous rage.
Nigella Lawson, known as the ‘domestic goddess’ because of her homely presence and squeaky-clean image, has been found to be a severe drug user.
We all remember Silk Road, don’t we? That multi-million dollar website that illegally sold drugs using bitcoins? Yes, that one. So, the owner of said site, Ross Ulbricht, was caught and imprisoned. But what was on his laptop at the time he was caught?
We all had those moments in school when you went over to your mates place, only to find a crop of marijuana sitting neatly in the back garden. We then might have dismissed those parents as irresponsible, but one man is making the argument for combining parenting and marijuana.
The sentence “I wonder when Mike Tyson will write an autobiography” was definitely never uttered by anyone ever. But despite this, Mike Tyson shocked all when his new work ‘Undisputed Truth’ was published on Tuesday.
Instagram just isn’t the fun, family-friendly service that it used to be. The Facebook-owned platform had some problems a few weeks ago when it was found that users were selling guns via the photo-sharing app. Now though, if you wanted to buy a little bit of drugs to go with your guns, you need not even leave the Instagram app – it’s all there.
Yup, you read that headline correctly. In what was a truly weird night in Amsterdam, Miley began by opening the MTV Europe Music Awards with her hit song “We Can’t Stop”. That wasn’t the weird bit though, the weird bit was the a space-themed silver spandex suit she wore, and the twerking she did on stage with a female dwarf. Also, she smoked a joint.
Look, it couldn’t have been helped. You’ve had a busy few weeks at work, and you let the Rob Ford drug scandal pass you by. Understandable. But now that it has blown up, your knowledge-gap is becoming a liability in social situations. Get up to speed, fast.
We tend to assume that high-flying celebrities all drink. What else would you do with all that cash and all that free time? Well, it turns out that there’s a fair few who simply choose not to drink, despite the fact that they may get paid to advertise alcohol (like Kim K did). We’re not sure if it makes us feel more guilty, or if it brings us hope that celebrities may turn out to be good role models after all.
Yesterday marked the 20th anniversary of River Phoenix’s death – so it seems fitting that Bob Forrest, author of Phoenix’s memoir ‘Running With Monsters’, should come out with a harrowing account of Phoenix’s last night in Hollywood. The book describes Phoenix’s last days as a budding film actor and musician – taking the reader through his final journey to the drug overdose that claimed his life.
Have you ever watched the program ‘Border Security: Australia’? If you have, you’ll know that Australian border-control officials are some of the toughest in the business, taking no kak from no one. However, one unwitting elderly couple managed to slip through the system, after it emerged that their bags had been lined with methamphetamine while they were away in Canada.
This one’s a gem. Officials at a prison in Moldova became a bit suspicious when they noticed a grey and white cat repeatedly entering and exiting the prison fence. You can imagine a pair of bulky slavic officials staring at the video footage over a few weeks, while it slowly dawns on them that this isn’t normal.
Yup, scientists have taken a closer look at our DNA, and have singled out the genes that determine the biological age of our tissues and organs.
A few days ago we posted a story about how anti-smoking lobbies were shouting down e-cigarettes. Despite the negative press, e-cigarettes are coming on strong, unabated by the efforts of corporate-sponsored anti e-cigarette protests, and a recent development in NY has seen a the construction of a sprawling e-cigarette bar in the heart of the city.
Organisations like the WHO, the British regulator MHRA and other health-oriented NGOs are all putting in as much effort as they can to spread the bad news about e-cigarettes. They’ve even gone so far as to publish false information about e-cigarettes, backed up by fake surveys. So what gives?
Gym-going okes are always trying to push themselves, hey. And the scientists behind the supplements that keep the okes going, are also always trying to push themselves. Now, we all remember the Jack3d controversy, but this one is something else. Recent tests have shown that a popular sports supplement in the U.S. contains meth. That’s right, meth.
The first cases of the terrifying, homemade, cheap-o version of heroin that eats the flesh of users from the inside and leaves them with reptilian-like skin (hence the name), have been reported in Arizona. The state fears that this is the beginning of an epidemic.
North Korea is experiencing something of a meth “epidemic” at the moment. Kim Seok-hyang, the man who wrote a report titled, ‘A New Face of North Korean Drug Use: Upsurge in Methamphetamine Abuse Across the Northern Areas of North Korea’, said: “Almost every adult in that area (of North Korea) has experienced using [crystal meth] and not just once.”
Twitter is used for many things these days, but it is also key to remember who may be following you. This Canadian mechanic used Twitter to request marijuana from local drug dealers. He also asked them to deliver the stash to his work. And that’s when the York Regional Police retweeted him, asking if they can come along, too.
If you ever wanted to run some kind of Breaking Bad smuggling expedition, now is your chance. According to defense analyst Helmut Heitman, South Africa has no airborne radar system. This means that if you know exactly where the ground-sited radar is and fly low enough, you can successfully smuggle whatever it is you need to. With the […]
This might have been the dream for future marijuana fiends, but it’s actually a reality. According to the Daily Beast, you can now actually invest in weed-related stock. There are already 19 U.S. states that are allowed to toke up on medical marijuana. If you include Washington and Colorado, who last November legalised the drug for […]
Andrea Sanderlin, a 45-year-old mother of three, has taken some advice from Weeds character Nancy Price Botwin. Sanderlin would drive from her “posh” Westchester suburb to go and check on her weed crops in a Queens warehouse..and in her Mercedes SUV nogal. Authorities reported yesterday that the equestrian mom was cultivating around R29,650,800 worth of the drug in the form […]
It has been reported that Western Cape traffic officials have confiscated over R4 million worth of marijuana on the N1 highway. Find out more here.
Imagine the cure for addiction looked like a video game. With funding from the National Institute on Drug Abuse and the Department of Defense, assistant professor at Duke University in the USA, Zach Rosenthal might have found a way to help the helpless.