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Video: Czech woman scales transmission tower while high as a kite.

via youtube
via youtube

Here’s an adventure that took place in the Czech Republic city of Zlin which had onlookers nervously wondering if the 21 year old girl scaling the transmission tower above them would end up getting fried like a corn fritter.

austriantimes.at: A girl who’d spent four hours smoking super-strength skunk cannabis had to be rescued when she climbed a 40ft electricity pylon after hallucinating that it was a bridge.

Bridge, ladder, stairwell, rainbow. That shit all begins to merge one into another. A few puffs of the good shit will always have the indelible effect of leaving one pleasantly wacked. Of course then there are those who get more whacked than most too.

Police spokesman Jan Macalikova said: “It was a nightmare because she was very much under the influence of drugs and wasn’t making much sense.

“She was convinced, though, that the pylon was a bridge across the Morava river.”

Thankfully the 21 year old was able to be persuaded to come down after spending two hours pretending to be an eagle on the world’s tallest building or whatever it is exactly she thought she was doing.

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  • Focusonpeace

    Super-strength skunk cannabis? How would they know its super strength? What information do they have on the specific strain she smoked? Hmm sounds quite misleading, even if it was super strength, meaning 25%THC, its still cannabis. Cannabis doesn’t make people climb up 40ft electricity pylons, unless they are inclined to do so anyway, she would of done it drunk, or sober. Cannabis wouldn’t of made a difference. ‘Hallucinating’? so now im less inclined to believe it was cannabis, probably LSD or something hallucinogenic as opposed to mildly psychoactive plant matter. Unless she got tricked into buying contaminated cannabis, then again most people blame drugs for the stupid things they do as an attempt for lighter penalties.