Cocaine in massive demand at Oxford Uni as dealers cut drug with glass and plaster

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Students at the top uni are buying so much of the class A drug that pushers cannot keep up. 

One dealer said: “The demand is unbelievable – it’s madness. Once they get to Oxford, they’re basically ready to sniff anything. The younger the worse.” 

He said the “great job” being done by police cracking down on drug networks had also hit supplies. The man added: “Everyone’s on it – businesspeople, the creative industry, waiters and bartenders. 

“As it is virtually impossible to satisfy the demand, drugs are dissolved with different things so what you end up stuffing in your nose might be really dangerous.” 

“Fillers are building plaster, cement, flour, bicarbonate of soda, salt, baking powder – honestly, God only knows what. 

“Crushed lightbulbs are also frequently used – glass shards effectively increase the potency, as they cut the inside of your nose so drugs enter the bloodstream easier.” 

Oxford University said: “The University is always concerned when any use of illegal substances comes to light, although there is no evidence that the problem is any greater at Oxford than in any other community of young people.”

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