A short by Ace Norton in which guests at a cocktail party pressure an initially reticent man to take coke, whereupon the full scale of his snuff gannetry becomes apparent..
Terenure, Dublin 6.
Novice driver stopped for speeding. Later tested positive for Cocaine.
Buds from suspected Illegal plants with a ‘street value’ of €60,000 and €5,000 of suspected cocaine were seized following a search of a residence in Sandycove, County Dublin, on Saturday along with €7,500 in cash and three phones.
The streets are a little safer today.
A mini cocaine processing laboratory found during a house search by the Divisional Drugs Unit
Includes mixing agent, a cocaine press, vacuum packer, industrial gas mask and a cash counting machine.
You can’t get good coke residue in this town.
Or so you thought…
The Newstalk Breakfast team test various public places – including the Natural History Museum (top) for cocaine residue as part of Newstalk’s ‘Cocaine Nation’ series.
Helluva drug, in fairness.
Two machine guns, a Magnum handgun, a silencer and 200 rounds of ammunition were seized.
More than €100,000 worth of cocaine and cannabis was also discovered, along with a pressing machine indicating the presence of a cocaine factory.
A monkey in a cage (above) was also found and taken away by animal welfare officers. It is currently with the DSPCA.
Pics: Garda Press Office
Above from left: Emma Lynam, HSE; Aine O’Connell; Tony Duffin, CEO Ana Liffey; Dr. Eamon Keenan, HSE; Rebecca Doyle, Ann Liffey; Nicki Kileen, Ana Liffey; and Paul Duff, Ana Liffey
The launch of a campaign by the Ana Liffey Drug Project (ALDP) and the HSE to “reduce the harms associated with snorting, smoking or injecting cocaine” as it becomes easier to get good coke in
this town Ireland.
Cocaine aka ‘toot’, ‘nose beer’, ‘foo foo dust’, ‘bugle”, ‘chang’, ‘beak’, ‘noggin napalm’ or ‘Mr Chop’ is reportedly
a hell of a drug “more available and at its highest purity than it has been in a decade”.
*stares at wallet*