to connectVideoTennessee police warn against flushing meth down the toilet in order to prevent the creation of meth, you
In Tennessee, police advised the local population from disposing of the drugs down the sewer system in order to prevent the animals from consuming toxic substances.
Drug-addled alligators were a myth all along.
A Tennessee police department on Friday indicated that her viral post from earlier this month, will ask citizens not to flush their drugs down the toilet, for fear of creating a “meth-gators”, it was just a joke.
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“Let us be clear: the methods-observation, it is a humorous illustration to be used in order to highlight the perils of flushing the drugs and other substances into a toilet,” the Loretto Police department wrote on Facebook. “Unfortunately, the meth-the gator isn’t real. Let’s say that again: THE METHODS-OBSERVATION, it IS NOT (at the moment) REALLY are.”
The department of deadpan humor, attracted the attention of the media all over the world, and even prompted calls from the “professionals fear that there was a meth-influenced observation in our custody,” the department added.
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The “speed-gator” story to come out after the Loretto police department wrote in the arrest of a man on drug-related charges, and his alleged attempt to flush methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia down the toilet of his house.
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To the police, ” she said, trying to see the humorous confusion, to a positive end for the community through the creation of a garment with the “speed-gator” and the other part of jokes in order to raise money for local charities that help children affected by the use of the drug.
The department previously advised that citizens have to get rid of the drugs, including the prescription of medication to prevent the coils from them, and instead you have to call the police, so that they can be disposed of properly.