By George Stephens • 09 January 2020 • 10:57
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Ross Kemp has an army of fans across Spain and they are horrified that he’s taken the drug Spice.
Spain thankfully doesn’t have a large spice problem unlike other parts of Europe but Kemp who’s famous for his investigational roles around the world including Spain as well as his long established role in soap Eastenders may have gone one step too far according to his fans and followers as he took the drug.
Ross is making a new documentary about the drug in prison and took the opportunity to inhale via a simple vape machine the dangerous drug called Spice, he took the version of what’s known as “man down” and that’s exactly what it did.
His mind went blank, his mouth dried up in seconds, his body went sticky and hot and he couldn’t speak as he slumped, although Kemp didn’t even take a large inhale of the drug.
It was though enough to comatose him beyond belief.
Fans across Spain though think Ross has gone too far this time, Rachael Jones an avid Euro Weekly News reader from Marbella said ” I love Ross and I watch every investigation he does, but he shouldn’t be sampling dangerous drugs”
Chris Pollock another fan said ” He’s a brave man and I never miss an episode of any of his investigations, he’s mixed with the Mafia’s and all sorts, but It’s a no no trying drugs, he’s risking his life now personally and we don’t want to see that, it’s just too risky for the sake of a TV programme”
We spoke also to a former Spice addict Karl Grassman from Mijas who said ” He’s mad doing that – I tried it once and was addicted straight away, it’s taken me years to beat my battle against it, it’s a very nasty drug that can take over your life, I lost my wife, home, business all through Spice, thankfully I’m back on track now after 3 years off the gear”
We asked our resident Doctor Rupert Hayman for his thoughts who told us ” I don’t see many patients in Spain with this addiction of Spice, that’s a good thing, but it’s silly even to experiment first use could see an allergic reaction or a slight freeze to the heart that could kill you instantly”
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