19-Year-Old Spiked His Co-Workers Drinks With LSD Because He Was Tired of Their ‘Negative Energy’

Well, here is something you don’t hear every day. An worker at a Missouri Enterprise Rent-A-Car is being accused of spiking the drink of his coworkers with liquid form LSD. What was his brilliant excuse? He was so tired of them complaining that he wanted to get rid of their “negative energy.” So this kid though, “yeah sure, I’ll just drug them enough to keep them quiet.”

According to authorities, two workers began to feel dizzy and shaky, but couldn’t figure out why. Afraid for their life, they were taken to a hospital nearby. Police questioned the 19-year-old worker, who has not been named, in which he admitted he put LSD in two co-workers’ water bottles and in a third worker’s coffee cup because he wanted to “change their energy”.

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The business manager said she saw the worker holding a water dropper and he was doing something to her water jug, but she didn’t drink from it. Authorities stated the coworkers showed symptoms of LSD use, but no charges have been filed at this time until the lab results come back. If the water tests positive, the worker could face charges of possession of a controlled substance and second-degree assault.

Luckily for the workers, they were both okay after the drug effects wore off. Honestly, props to this kid for trying. I wonder what he was thinking when he was pouring those drops inside the water bottles. What a dumb, dumb. At least it wasn’t anything more serious like poison, that would have been a very different story.

Hey kid, I know you might not like your job, but don’t go around drugging people because you want to chill them out. That’s just wrong. At least get some consent first, or buy them some donuts.

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