Remember the defeat at the AstroWorld concert, where all those concertgoers were killed?
Rumors circulated that someone had stabbed a security guard with a needle.
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The rumor spread quickly – almost immediately, but regardless, apparently “needle jabbing” is a rather serious crime and it has spread widely in different parts of Europe.
This is happening right now, mainly in France and the UK, and it is causing a great deal of panic; Authorities do not know who is doing what or why.
And the victims are mostly young women in nightclubs, but some men have also been pierced by these needles.
Sky News reports that more than 300 people in France have reported using blue needles in nightclubs or concerts in recent months.
Although doctors and multiple prosecutors are involved in the case, no one knows who is doing it or why, and whether the victims have been given drug injections – or really any substance.
People in Paris, Toulouse, Nantes, Nancy, Renaissance, and other cities in the vicinity of France have reportedly been pierced with needles without their knowledge or permission.
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Targeted individuals, most of whom are women, show visible signs of injection, often have sores, and report symptoms such as discomfort.
Club owners and police are trying to raise awareness, and one rapper has even interrupted his recent show to warn viewers attending the concert about the risk of an amazing needle attack.
The problem is not isolated for France.
The UK government is studying an extension of “needle spiking” there, and police in Belgium and the Netherlands are also investigating sporadic cases.
Several police investigations are underway in different areas, but no suspects have been arrested so far, no clues have been found and the motive remains unclear.
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In the UK, Parliament issued a report in April last year on drinks and needle spiking in pubs and nightclubs after such incidents escalated.
It said police reported nearly 1,000 cases of needle injections across the country in October 2021, when students returned to campus after the Kovid restrictions were relaxed.
However, the parliamentary report said there was a lack of information to judge how serious the matter was.
It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.
This really proves that bad people always provide money to harm others, even when guns are banned.
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Fortunately, no one has died yet, which we know, but if it starts to become a big thing and a legitimate weapon of terror, just being in a big crowd, anywhere, can be very scary, very fast.
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