How do I dispose of these drugs?

(12 Posts)
Whattodowithit Wed 12-Dec-12 18:56:58

I found (don't ask how) in my son's bedroom a small square of serrated blotting paper with a pattern printed on it which, in my limited experience, I would assume is LSD, although it could be fake. Without getting in to the matter of asking him about it, which will mean how I came across it, how do I dispose of it? I don't want to put it in the bin to go into landfill. Can I safely burn it? If I hand it in to a police station, won't questions be asked?

littlejo67 Wed 12-Dec-12 21:04:58

Just flush it down the toilet. Or put in the bin. I hardly think anyone will notice that at the dump. Get him to look at the talk to frank website. If I found drugs in my house they would be confiscated.

NotWankinginaWinterWonderland Wed 12-Dec-12 21:08:08

Just flush it down the loo, my parents threw mine in the fire, I was distraught for about an hour. Acid are vile, have you gave the the 'acid fries your brain talk?'! Sorry, I talk my almost teenager about drugs a lot. I also worry a lot!

flow4 Wed 12-Dec-12 23:26:33

Flush it down the loo.

BOFingSanta Wed 12-Dec-12 23:29:25

Send it to me. PM wink

differentnameforthis Thu 13-Dec-12 00:27:42

Yeah, flush drugs down the loo...great idea! NOT!

Take it to the pharmacy & they will depose of it for you. NO questions asked.

AmberLeaf Thu 13-Dec-12 00:29:49

Bin it. Or send it to BOF.

BOFingSanta Thu 13-Dec-12 00:30:28

It's a piece of bloody paper! And it's not radioactive. Put it in the bin, post it to me, or flush it. No biggie.

The issue really is how to talk to your son.

TheHoneyDragonsDrunkInTheIvy Thu 13-Dec-12 00:31:04

Lick one and keep posting. We'll laugh tell you if it's acid or not grin

You could burn it in the sink. But you need a chat with Ds too smile

differentnameforthis Thu 13-Dec-12 13:25:38

Ohh I thought op found the actual tablet! Opps! Sorry!

Whattodowithit Thu 13-Dec-12 18:05:10

Thank you - as different recommended, I took them to a pharmacist to safely dispose of, and no questions were asked.

flow4 Thu 13-Dec-12 21:05:54

Well that's a useful tip for future reference... I'd never have thought of doing that! smile

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