BBC Reporter Stands Next To Pile of Burning Drugs And Gets High

Oct 3, 2016 at 4:58 pm |

I was gonna go to work but then I got high

BBC reporter, Quentin Sommerville, stands over a burning pile of narcotics to give a report on the serious drug problem in the Middle East. Over eight tons of drugs, including heroin, opium and hash burn in a pile directly behind the reporter. He gets so baked, he can’t even finish one sentence. For all the young reporters out there, this can be a learning experience. Next time you have to do a report next to multiple tons of burning narcotics, maybe wear a gas mask. Or breathe extra deep, whatever butters your bagel, but make sure you’re not a light weight and you can handle yourself.

Credit: Twitter @SomervilleBBC

Credit: Twitter @SomervilleBBC

A reporter stands next to a burning pile of drugs and gets about one sentence deep before breaking down in the giggles.

Watch this reporter get loaded live on TV