Police have warned that dangerous drugs are circulating. Photo: Getty ImagesPolice in Canterbury have issued a stark warning ahead of this weekend's Electric Avenue festival, telling festival-goers that killer drugs are circulating in the scene. He also said that police were concerned about the presence of high-dose MDMA (ecstasy), and dangerous cathinones (like N-ethylpentylone and eutylone) in the New Zealand music festival scene this year. The warning echoes previous alerts this summer about high-strength MDMA. On December 30, drug-related harm-reduction service Know Your Stuff issued a warning about dangerously high-dosage MDMA pills circulating the country.
Source: Otago Daily Times February 21, 2020 19:18 UTC