British oldies admitted to hospital after taking cocaine


Could it have been medicinal? Guess the hospital would find that out.

New NHS Digital figures show that at least Ten pensioners aged between 90 and 99 were admitted with mental disorders due to the use of cocaine.

 Experts put the rise in OAPs using the drug down to existing users living longer

Cocaine use is reaching epidemic levels in Britain, with the number of users doubling in the last five years.

Dr Emily Finch, of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, described the rise as “deeply worrying”, although experts believe the rise could be as a result of existing users living longer, the falling prices of the drug, as well as its increasing purity.

British youngings are worse of, as statistics reveal that about one in five 16-to-24-year-olds have taken to the habit.

Witty, Disciple of History, Foodie, and a Truckload of Fun

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *