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  1. Sean Daleer Celtic Glasgow Gold Member

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    Cannabis resin sold on the streets of Madrid is contaminated with dangerous levels of faecal matter, a study says.

    Traces of E.coli bacteria and the Aspergillus fungus were found by analysts who examined 90 samples bought in and around the Spanish capital.

    The samples of hashish were wrapped up in plastic "acorns" were the worst offenders, reportedly because of the way they are smuggled into the country.

    Some 40% of these also had the aroma of faeces, the study's lead author said.

    Buying, selling and importing cannabis is against the law in Spain, as is using it in public - although it is technically legal to grow it for personal use, provided it is not publicly visible, and to consume it in private.

    How was the study carried out?
    José Manuel Moreno Pérez, a pharmacologist from the Universidad Complutense in Madrid, collected hashish samples (also referred to as hash or resin) directly from street dealers, both in the city and the surrounding suburbs.

    The aim was to determine whether the drugs sold were suitable for human consumption.

    His research team then separated the contaminated samples by shape, with some of them resembling "acorns" and others "ingots", to see if one shape had more contaminates than the other.

    The study, co-authored with Pilar Pérez-Lloret, Juncal González-Soriano and Inmaculada Santos Álvarez, has been published in the journal Forensic Science International.

    What were the findings?
    They found that 93% of the acorn-shaped samples contained dangerous levels of E.coli bacteria, as did 29.4% of the ingot samples.

    Some 10% of the cannabis samples were also contaminated with Aspergillus, a dangerous fungus that can cause serious health problems.

    Most of the samples tested - 88.3% - were not suitable for consumption.
     
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    Read the other day those touch screen order thingies in McDonalds are covered in people’s * as well.
    And the keypads for inputting your PIN number.

    Remember you used to have to pay top dollar to get covered in someone else’s *.... :fear:
     
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    After a massive Indian or massive Kebab!:56: