METH GATORS! Police warn people to stop flushing drugs down toilet

As if America doesn't have enough junkies roaming around and getting LIT at those free clinics, now we've gotta worry about the gators getting methed up! This is what happens when criminals flush their drugs down the toilet and the chemicals make it into the water streams. The police in Tennessee are now warning people, and basically asking them, to please stop flushing drugs down the toilet.

Encountering a gator is scary enough for many people, now imagine that alligator his high on methamphetamine. I'm pretty sure you're not going to tame this one. And it's not just gators. It's ducks, geese, and other birds who are going into the treatment ponds according to the USA Today article.

"Ducks, Geese, and other fowl frequent our treatment ponds and we shudder to think what one all hyped up on meth would do," the Loretto Police Department posted Saturday on Facebook. "Furthermore, if it made it far enough we could create meth-gators in Shoal Creek and the Tennessee River down in North Alabama." 

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You thought Jumanji was intense? Imagine if all the animals are drugged up and take over the southern states!

USA Today continued their article discussing the possible effects of meth on gators, and the answer is this: we don't know!

"The effects of methamphetamine on alligators is unknown. Loretto police did not note any recent documented cases of alligators consuming meth, but took a dig at Alabama's "attack squirrel" case.

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Last month, Alabama authorities arrested a man who allegedly fed meth to a pet squirrel named Deeznutz and trained it to attack people. Authorities said they could not conduct a drug test on it, however."

Good luck to the folks down south dealing with meth gators. We send thoughts and prayers.

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