Why no one is running naked through the streets of Florida anymore
from New York Post
A year after it ravaged South Florida, flakka — the synthetic street drug known for causing psychotic outbursts — is virtually gone. The deaths. The hallucinating users. The arrests. All of it. Broward County became infamous as the epicenter for the amphetamine, which made national headlines in April 2015 after slowly building on the scene for several months. Users tore off clothes as their body temperatures spiked to 105 degrees. Some hallucinated that they were gods or that they were being chased. One man impaled himself on a police department fence that he tried to scale to escape his imaginary pursuers.
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