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Teenagers are ‘enjoying ‘Russian roulette’ with their lives by taking hippy crack’

Teens are ‘playing ‘Russian roulette’ with their lives by taking hippy crack’


BORED teenagers are enjoying “Russian roulette” with their lives by taking as much as 20 hits of hippy crack a day, an MP has warned.

Labour’s Rosie Duffield is urging ministers to ban the sale of harmful nitrous oxide to under-25s to deal with the lethal scourge.

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Bored teenagers are risking their lives by taking as much as 20 nitrous oxide hits a day[/caption]

She warned that kids are flocking to seashores and parks of their droves to get excessive on the drug – leaving silver canisters in all places.

The Canterbury MP warned: “Children don’t know what they’re doing, they suppose it’s innocent.

“However it’s like Russian roulette – you would be the one that loses their life.

“The police say youngsters are taking as much as 20 a day, to maintain feeling that top.

“However that is extra harmful than most individuals realise.”

Nitrous oxide, also referred to as laughing gasoline or hippy crack, has been used as an anaesthetic for a few years.

UNEXPLAINED DEATHS

It was banned as a leisure drug in 2016, however is well in the stores on-line as it’s used to whip up cream and make 99 ice lotions.

As lockdown has eased, parks and seashores throughout Britain have been strewn with the silver capsules and balloons used to inhale the drug.

Ms Duffield, who will maintain a debate on hippy crack within the Commons later urged No10 to toughen up the regulation.

She stated: “You will get slightly canister pack of 24 as a result of individuals use it to whip up cream and in catering.

“It ought to be restricted to over 25s with ID, as a result of you probably have simply come out of college and you might be heading to the seashore you don’t wish to whip up cream.

“I’m nervous about increasingly more unexplained deaths.

“It’s so available and so low cost the hazard is we simply dismiss it as a socially acceptable authorized excessive.


“And it isn’t.”

A Dwelling Workplace spokesman stated: “The Authorities made it unlawful to produce nitrous oxide for its psychoactive results, with offenders going through a most sentence of seven years in jail, a vast effective or each.

“We’re giving police forces the assets they should do their important work, and we have now additionally launched public area safety orders so native authorities have tighter management over the consumption of those substances in public areas.”

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Labour’s Rosie Duffield is urging ministers to ban the sale of the drug to under-25s[/caption]


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