Moment commuter 'smokes crack cocaine' on packed Tube in front of shocked travellers | The Sun

THIS is the moment a commuter appears to smoke crack cocaine on a packed Tube in front of shocked travellers.

Cops are investigating after a video appeared to show the man lighting a crack pipe on a moving London Underground carriage.

In the viral clip, the seated man appears to hold a bag of white powder along with a lighter and the glass pipe.

A male passenger sat next to him looks away as the man appears to light the pipe and inhale crack smoke.

But other shocked passengers could not help but look on – with one posting the video on Twitter.

She said: "Thought I had seen it all."

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British Transport Police said: "We're aware of this incident and officers are making enquiries."

Anyone with information is asked to text 61016 or call 0800 405040 quoting reference 241 of 15/12/23.

Crack is a type of cocaine which can be smoked through a glass pipe, tube, plastic bottle or foil.

The drug is extremely addictive and can make users depressed, anxious and paranoid.

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Even healthy young people risk a heart attack or a stroke if they take crack.

Regularly smoking crack can also cause breathing problems and pains in your chest.

Crack is a Class A drug, and possession could get you up to seven years in prison or an unlimited fine.


If you think that you have a drug addiction then please contact your GP.

You can also visit FRANK for honest information about drugs and to find local treatment services.

If you are having trouble finding the right help, call the FRANK drugs helpline on 03001236600

Or click here to visit the NHS website for more advice and support

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