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Louisiana police department offers to test residents’ meth for the Zika virus

Louisiana police department offers to test residents’ meth for the Zika virus

Tis the season for cheeky police departments, and this Sunday we present you with the fine officers in Harahan, La., who are apparently very concerned that your meth might be contaminated.

The Harasha Police Department recently posted to Facebook that meth bought in any area of Louisiana has been contaminated with Zika.

All a anxious user has to do is just round up all of their supply and take it down to the police station and they'll "test it for free". We're available 24/7/365. Be Safe! The majority of commenters got the intended humor, with one person jokingly commenting, "I'll bring my pound right over", and another saying, "Even meth heads aren't that stupid".

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WVUE-TV provided readers with a list of possible symptoms of Zika infection and said, "Police have not said how much meth is contaminated".

"Folks, the drug epidemic is real.praying 2019 brings solutions to a real national epidemic", Harahan Police Officer Keith Moody wrote.

A police department in Louisiana says they're offering a rather unusual service. The Gratis Police Department made an nearly identical post earlier this year in May.