Strik­ing death-drug pose is lat­est bizarre craze

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THEIR dead eyes star­ing at far- off ter­rors, danc­ing to a disco that’s play­ing only in their de­ranged minds…

Ly­ing on rail­way tracks or tram­lines, their nar­cotic- ad­dled wits numb to the peril…

Openly soil­ing them­selves while watch­ing the te­dious progress of a cash­point queue.

No folks, it’s not hard to spot some­one who’s taken Spice – the drug of choice for Bri­tain’s un­for­tu­nate un­der­class.

This evil syn­thetic nar­cotic turns happy- go- lucky tramps and street drinkers into un­dead ZOM­BIES!

And, bizarrely, Spice users are the in­spi­ra­tion be­hind a brand new in­ter­net craze – SPICING!

It’s a vari­ant on plank­ing – the bizarre on­line craze that saw mil­lions pre­tend­ing to be planks a few years ago.

How­ever, with spicing DON­ALD SLUMP: Su­per­mar­ket trip is livened up with some spicing fun OLD CRAZE: Plank­ing , pranksters pre­tend to be spice users – adopt­ing the unique “Spice slump” in a va­ri­ety of un­likely places – to the shock or amuse­ment of other mem­bers of the pub­lic. WALK­ING UN­DEAD: Real Spice users ( in­spire funny copy­cats

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