Customers of a website selling legal highs were tracked by Sussex Police and hand-delivered letters telling them they were “playing Russian Roulette with their lives”.
Sussex Police confirmed to The Argus it passed the letters onto four people, two in Brighton and two in Hastings, who had bought off the Wide Mouth Frog website.Gosh, I thought they were run off their feet due to 'Tory cuts'. Yet they seem to have enough time to worry about things that aren't crimes.
The spokesman said the term legal high is also often misleading because many legal highs, or new psychoactive substances, are in fact illegal.
He said: “The purchase of these drugs is an offence. Commission of such an offence can lead to arrest, prosecution and a criminal record. Such a record could have a damaging effect on careers or job prospects.”So since you seem to have plenty of evidence that the people you delivered letters to bought these drugs, why aren't you arresting them?
The spokesman added: “And just because a substance is legal to possess, it doesn’t mean it’s safe.”Wha..?
Which is it, then? Legal or illegal? Or...don't you really know?