A SELFISH mum left three boys fighting for their lives after they took the ‘cannibal zombie’ drug Flakka.
The boys, aged 14 and 15, took the Alpha PVP pills at Julie Birtwistle’s house in Bury, Greater Manchester – after finding them in her son’s stash in a shoebox in the lounge. Julie Birtwistle is pictured outside Minshull Street Crown Court, Manchester Credit: Cavendish Press The ‘zombie’ pills were found in a stash left by Julie Birtwistle’s son Craig Williams Credit: Cavendish Press 350 pills belonging to her son were seized from Julie Birtwistle’s home Credit: Cavendish Press In 2018, Andrea Horvathova , 23, became the first British woman to die after taking the man-made drug at a house party in Plymouth.
The drugs cause a high similar to cocaine, along with delusions and paranoia, causing users to erratically jerking their limbs in a zombie-like state.
More shockingly, they have been linked to a wave of deadly cannibalistic attacks. ‘SORRY ABOUT THAT’
The Manchester teens took 14 pills each in January last year, complaining of “seeing spiders” and people “wanting to shoot them”.
But when one friend called an ambulance, selfish Birtwistle cut medics off.
She told the operator: ”We’re okay thank you – sorry about that.”The boys’ state continued to worsen and Birtwistle, 41, only asked medics for help at 10am the next morning.Two of the boys were rushed to the A&E department of North Manchester General Hospital where they barricaded themselves inside a cubicle telling staff there were “men outside with guns trying […]
Selfish mum left three boys aged 14 and 15 fighting for life after they took ‘cannibal zombie’ drug Flakka
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