Written by Les Uirely

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Topics: Drugs, Cocaine

Sunday, 26 October 2008

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Police called to the scene of a cocaine-fuelled riot in Mudchute disappointed by the white lines they found

A series of white road markings in Mudchute, London have spoken out against the negative image that cocaine has given them. The issue arose after police were called to a supposedly drug-addled mania which turned out to be a series of freshly painted road markings or 'white lines'.

One of the victims of the events at Mudchute suggested: "Yellow lines have been introduced to alleviate this confusion, but this isn't an appropriate solution. We have done nothing illegal and yet we are the ones asked to make the change." However, trials in Columbia failed after the introduction of coloured cocaine lured children to the drug.

Other victims of this kind of misrepresentation have been found on tennis and football courts as well as on chalk boards.

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