According to new research, the eels of the London& # 39; s Thames river are happening "hyperactive" thanks to cocaine in the water. That's right, coconut eels are absolutely pork and they follow boom, friend. Well, just one boom, buddy. Please?
Scientists from King's College London found that cocaine falls into the river through the urine of consumers, which penetrates into the water through the town's sewer system when overflowing, as its fauna rises as a devil. "The increase in caffeine, cocaine and benzoyllegone (cocaine metabolite) was observed 24 hours after channel overflow events, the report reads.
The report also states that the amount of sugar found in the Thames in London is much higher than in other major cities because many people like to spend several perfumes after one or two cakes. Wastewater treatment plants in the area do a good job of cleaning waste before they reach the waterways, but the big storms can make them overflow, which is when the eels are the hit of the nasal candy.
According to Sea Life London senior curator, James Robsoneven small amounts of cocaine in the water can be knocked with its residents because of their sensitive biochemistry. – Essentially everything in the water will be affected by such drugs. Many of the causative agents and ways in which cocaine affects the system are truly primary," he said The Independent,
But Robson is quick to make clear that the eels are not necessarily high and that they are not "Fish with a disco on the bottom of the Thames" rather, it can interfere with the normal functions, the brain and the hormones of the animals.
For me this sounds like the beginning of a cheap horror movie. Coca-like eels that resemble a line grow legs and roam the streets, requiring bumps and over-hitting other eels that are far from their league. I will watch it.