Police in southern Sweden received a visit from an unhappy member of the public who asked authorities to test the hashish be had purchased for traces of LSD, complaining that the smoke had been way too strong.
The Local reports that the 26-year-old man asked officers to register a formal complaint over the quality of his gear, stating that his session had left him feeling distinctly paranoid and his girlfriend seemingly morphing into a sea creature.
The cannabis connoisseur comes from Eslov in the Skane province, where fellow smokers are no doubt excited at the news of the psychedelic weed. He went on to inform police that not once during ten years of using hashish as a recreational drug had he endured such a bad trip, ignoring the fact that the drug has been illegal since 1930 in Sweden.
His suspicions that his latest purchase may have been laced with LSD started soon after he puffed on a joint, at which point his television allegedly began talking to him; followed by the epiphany that his girlfriend was actually a dolphin.
“It could possibly be classified as assault, if the hash is found to contain LSD,” said Eslov police officer Mats G Odestal, who also informed media that it was debateable whether the hashish provider would be facing charges over the products quality. The dealer is unlikely to face any charges at all given his customer’s reluctance to reveal his identity, despite the experience leaving him shaken and frightened.