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Indonesian Teens Get High on Drinking Water from Boiling Sanitary Pads

This is making me nauseous.

Some people will go to great lengths just to get a buzz on. In fact, it seems that no matter how gross or outright disgusting a practice is, there are people out there who will still give it a go if it presents even the slightest chance of getting high.

Just take some of these Indonesian teens, for example. Apparently, they have found a bizarre way to get high. Their drug of choice? Sanitary pads! Yes, you read that right. Pads that women use during their menstrual period.

Authorities have arrested a number of Indonesian teenagers for using menstrual pads to get high. Vice, Adj. Sr. Comr. Suprinarto, the head of the Central Java branch of the National Drug Agency (BNN), said some teens — mostly between the ages of 13 and 16 — have been boiling both new and used sanitary napkins in an effort to distill and ingest the chemicals inside the products.

A 14-year-old even admitted to police that he and his friends drink the concoction “morning, afternoon, and evening.”

BNN said the chemicals in the sanitary pads give those who drink the concoction a feeling of “flying” and hallucinations.

A Member of the Indonesian Child Protection Commision (KPAI), Sitty Hikmawatty said that the young ones discovered this cheap way to get high because they couldn’t afford to buy drugs or alcohol.

She added that these kids are getting more creative, especially with the existence of the Internet that allows them to discover such things. They even try and add several other variants inside this new “drug” to make it more effective.

This trial and error stage is highly harmful as these teens add several substances, some are possibly dangerous to mix, to reach the final form of the DIY drug.

The Indonesian Ministry of Health is investigating this matter.

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New Zealand Town For Sale For Less Than Most NYC Apartments

Why settle for a little apartment when you can purchase an entire town?

Are you looking for a new home with an amazing view and plenty of space? You might want to consider moving to New Zealand. An entire town in the South Island is currently up for grabs for a cool $1.8 million. That's considerably cheaper than a high-rise apartment in New York City.

Lake Waitaki Village in Waitaki, Otago was built in the 1930s to house dam workers in the area. However, the New Zealand town was abandoned in the 1980s, leaving behind a colorful property by the lake. The location has a "refurbished main Lodge with owners accommodation, reception area, billiards room, and formal lounge." Its idyllic spot places you between the mountains and the scenic Lake Waitaki.

Ready to buy your own little town in New Zealand?

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Young Mom Breastfeeds Son While Driving A Motorbike

What would you do if you witnessed this?

Generally, when a mom is healthy, breastfeeding is the best source of nutrition for her infant. However, many believe that there is always the right place for breastfeeding for moms on the go— a less risky place.

Motorcycle riding is not just for single women but also for moms. But of course, you would not see a lot of them tucking their little ones while driving their motorcycles, let alone breastfeeding them from point A to point B.

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Family Auctions 17-Year-Old Daughter’s Virginity To Rich Businessman on Facebook

The ‘virgin bride’ was traded for 500 cows, 3 luxury cars and $10,000.

By moral and modern standards, we all know that it is wrong for a family to ‘auction’ their daughter to interested men. The unfortunate fact of the matter, however, is that yes, such things are still happening today – and one recent case even happened in social media.

According to reports, a 17-year-old girl from South Sudan was sold by her family to a wealthy businessman for 500 cows, 3 luxury cars and $10,000. The transaction took place on Facebook.

The girl’s photo was posted online and it mentioned that five men participated in the auction.

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