A rolled-up $20 bill used to snort the illegal-drug cocaine. Researchers found that up to 90 percent of US dollar bills have traces of the substance on them.
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Nine foreign backpackers, including five from France, were rushed to hospital in various states of "agitated delirium" after ingesting a travel sickness drug they mistook for cocaine and falling seriously ill, Australian authorities and reports said.The seven men and two women aged between 21-25 took the drug Hyoscine and fell into an unconscious or semi-conscious state, Western Australia Police said.The drug has gained notoriety One victim, an Italian who gave his name as Simone, told the West Australian the drug arrived at the house in a package addressed to a person who no longer lived there.
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