Citation: DaViD m.. "Arrested and Brought to the Hospital: An Experience with Datura (exp10461)". Erowid.org. Apr 7, 2002. erowid.org/exp/10461
It all started about 6:00 P.M. on saturday me, my brother and a few of his friends all took about the same amount. We then decided to walk around a bit. After about 20 minutes we all began to feel a buzz comming on so we started home. After another 10 minutes we really started tripping my one friend was standing in some old lady's yard and watching her t.v. She came out and called the police.
We tried to get him to leave with us, but he wouldn't move. The cops got there and called him over to the car. He raised his hands and yelled, I think he was trying to scare them away. Both of them tackled him and proceeded to 'subdue' him resulting in him having many cuts and scars on his face.
Me and my brother hauled ass out of there, but the other 3 just wandered off some where. Both of us were on our way home, tripping our nuts off when my brother dissappeared, it turns out he wasn't around me for a long time.
The next thing I can remember is being arrested and brought to the hospital. The first thing they did when I was there was stick a damn tube in my fucking dick. Then gave me an I.V. they transfered me to a different hospital because I was under 18. On the way there I remember I kept trying to sit up and play with my knife, which I didn't have. When we arrived at about 4:30 AM they stuck me in a room and I got out of my bed and rode my I.V. pole down the hallway. When the nurse caught me I said the dog made me do it, althought I don't know why. I talked to my I.V.pole for awhile and blacked out. They found my brother laying in the road talking to the sidewalk. And one of the other people they found in an alley with one shoe and a pissed pants.
Don't do this drug.
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