A video of a woman who appears to be terrified at virtually nothing went viral. Now, it’s causing a stir as people realize what’s wrong with her (video below).
Conspiracy’s YouTube page features a clip of a woman in a bikini screaming like she’s scared. Yet, she’s gyrating on the ground. At first, she appears to be intoxicated from alcohol.
Soon, people realize there’s more going on than a little drunkenness. The woman was on some heavy drugs. One bystander is heard on the video saying:
“That ain’t no alcohol. Alcohol don’t make you act like that.”
Eventually, people started to determine that she may be on Flakka, a designer drug… a synthetic drug.
Several moments into the video, the woman is seen gyrating and writhing. She’s yelling something, but it’s inaudible. As the clip nears the end, the woman begins slowing down.
She ends up lying on the ground, face down.
Video: Woman on Synthetic Drug Flakka, Gyrating on Ground in a Bikini
“This crap is so dangerous, not only to those who take it but to those who become their victims. So sad that you would take something so harmful,” one Mad World News reader commented on the site’s Facebook page after watching the shocking ordeal.
Others criticized the bystanders for not only filming the shocking incident, but laughing at the woman.
“This is definitely not funny, why do people want to harm themselves and others, with this crap, the ones laughing and filming should be arrested,” one reader commented.
“These idiots who recorded her are obviously immature and down right ignorant.. laughing at another human being that obviously is freaking out due to either a drug reaction or mental illness or both.. these scums bags are just as low as you can go.!! Should have called 911 for her.. where is the decency and value and respect of another persons life,” another added.
Flakka, Metro reported, has been linked not only to deaths but also incidents of bizarre behavior – including one in which a man tried to have sex with a tree.
“It is a dangerous designer drug that turns people into zombies, and the psychological effects could be permanent,” Florida Sun-Sentinel columnist Daniel Vasquez told the site. “Oh, and flakka is sweeping across South Florida like nothing seen before or since the crack cocaine wave.”
Nova Southeastern University researcher Jim Hall said that people who take Flakka “strip off their clothes and run outdoors, acting very violent with adrenaline-surged strength.
“We found that many people in the nightclub and festival scene have been using new drugs and our previous research has found that many of these people have been using unknowingly,” New York University’s Joseph Palamar added.