Scottish authorities have warned of the dangerous “Rolex” ecstasy pill circulating around the area.
The green pills with the unmistakeable Rolex imprint branded were found at this weekend’s T in the Park Festival reminiscent of the para-Methoxyamphetamine (PMA) containing pills that killed 15 back in 2013. This year’s T in the Park was not without additional controversy, where two 17 year old teenagers died at the festival’s campsite on Friday evening, while an 18 year old suffered an alleged rape n Saturday.
The green Rolex’ have not yet been attributed to either of these circumstances but a small batch was found around the site, with authorities urging anyone in possession to disgard in the festival’s amnesty bins. Socttish police issued the following statement:
“Pills similar to these have caused serious harm in the past although there is no evidence at present to link these to any other incidents at the festival. People are reminded there is no safe way of taking drugs and T in the Park has a zero tolerance drugs policy.”
Source: The Guardian