In Manchester one paramedic reported that she’d been called to 26 incidents involving Spice in a single day.
It’s also a big worry in other cities including London, Birmingham and Liverpool.
Baby, Sporty, Scary, Posh and Ginger have hit the headlines for their jaw-dropping private lives just as often as they have for their dance floor hits.
Ginger Spice’s colourful love life reads like a who’s who of household names, including Chris Evans, Robbie Williams, David Walliams, Duncan James and Russell Brand.
The drug is claimed to be gaining a foothold in the nation’s cities and is the cause of a surge in emergency callouts. Until then it was openly marketed as a legal high and it’s feared that many young people became hooked before the ban. Spice is meant to mimic cannabis and has been found to have alarming side effects including seizures, hallucinations, loss of feeling in the limbs and psychosis.
Witnesses have reported users appearing “frozen” as the drug takes over, leaving them in a paralytic state.
Geri said ‘yes’ but called off the engagement before they made it down the aisle.
So far no one has died as a result of Spice in the UK but the warning signs are clear.
THEY sang about Two Becoming One – but it seems the Spice Girls’ love lives are a tad more complicated than that.
We’ve seen small packs sold to homeless people for as little as £2.
Use of Spice has reached epidemic levels in prisons and homeless communities over the past few years.