Bath Salts You probably won't get it, but the soundtrack is from Ukrainian salt ad. The first phrase basically means "noone can live without salt". In this context, I find it hilarious.
Bath Salts Russia, Saint Petersburg, guy was trying to go thru glass door, then jump away from police (police saying it was spice/salts)
Please take every post here with a massive handful of salt. Be aware that you are on a subreddit dedicated to supposed adverse drug events. As someone with knowledge on drugs, that "flakka" post from yesterday was ridiculous. Aside from the fact that there was no confirmation as to if that guy was actually on α-PVP (which in most of these crazy stories turns out not to be the case), the comments read like a 1950s housewife learning about Reefer Madness.
Think to yourself whenever you read threads about flakka, bath salts, krokodil, or whatever nonsense drug panic is going around this year, "does this sound exactly like other drug panic from the past century?" When you read about a drug and think "why would anyone ever use this drug if it does this?" The answer is likely that it usually doesn't and you're being fed BS.
Please do your research. When you google any drug, the first results will be for drug addiction websites or rehabs. These are not reliable sources of information. Please consult PsychonautWiki or Erowid. Do not believe any news story about some new crazy drug or drug incident that isn't reliably sourced as most of them are not. Drug panics are a great way to pull in clicks.
Cops will lie all the damn time about this stuff. They are only educated on drugs from a law enforcement perspective and their experiences are highly skewed toward those with more problematic use. There are tons of nonsense rumors you will hear about drugs from cops because who would ever challenge them? Just the other day some cops posted a clearly fake video of an officer supposedly ODing on fentanyl he touched during a drug stop. All it takes is one cop saying something based on their shitty intuition and the media runs with it because they think cops are drug experts. They aren’t. And then when the toxicology report comes out a few days later disproving everything, everyone has moved on thinking LSD or fentanyl can be absorbed through the skin by touching a baggie or a tab.
Edit: Changed what I said about cops do be more accurate and less inflammatory.