Teens drug parents to use internet

Teenage girls spike parents’ milkshakes to get more internet time

January 7, 2013
Milkshake

The extremes some will go to use the internet have hit an all-time high, as a California teen (and accomplice) spiked her parents’ milkshakes in order to get around their internet curfew.

The two teens (16 and 15 years old) went out to get a round of milkshakes for their folks, only to pop some sleeping pills into the shakes.

Apparently, the parents realised something was fishy with the milkshakes, although, they had drank too much at that point.

The parents woke up the next morning with hangover-like symptoms, and after testing themselves, found that they had been drugged.

The two girls have been arrested and charged with conspiracy and mixing a pharmaceutical into food, while an investigation into the incident is on-going.

To put a cherry on top of the whole debacle, a child therapist also chimed in on the girls’ actions, adding the profound statement that drugging one’s parents “would not be a healthy level of rebellion”.

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Facebook status updates can’t wait, mom!

Source: The Guardian

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