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A student at Indiana State had himself a night earlier this semester. After getting high on the designer drug “Spice,” he went on a rampage that led to him getting destroyed by 50,000 volts straight to the gut.
The dude was with a group of other dudes that looked a little fucked up. We were walking by them as they were trying to get into Cromwell (campus housing). After we walked out of the building, there was a group of them running out of the building laughing, and the dude in the video was zombie walking behind them (he hit the lady working the front desk, we didn’t know this at the time). He ended up following us around a corner. I looked back and he hit me in the face, then followed my friend I was walking with. I yelled for my friend and started chasing him. He was obviously fucked up on some bad drugs, so we weren’t about to fight him. He laid over the hood of a car, staring at us. Someone inside Cromwell called the campus police when he assaulted the lady working the desk. They showed up and started talking to him. He responded and gave them his name. The officers were trying to grab his arm and he freaked out and started resisting. The police slammed him to the ground and that’s where the video starts. After the incident, he was placed on a stretcher and we saw him bleeding from his eyes. After he started freaking out, every one of his friends ran off and ditched him (how’s that for a friend group). Don’t do spice. Seriously. It’s not a “marijuana substitute”. It’s a synthetic drug.
Here’s the video:
Dude gets absolutely dropped. It’s so theatric that it looks like it came straight out of Hollywood. It clearly didn’t, though, as Freddy Filmmaker decided to record the ordeal in portrait mode like a damn philistine.
Listen to those pig squeals at 1:00. This kid was absolutely out of his damn mind. I imagine I would be, too, if my eyeballs were bleeding, though.
Drugs are bad, mkay?.
Image via YouTube