Velcro Ripper – long term recreational drug user

Velcro Ripper – long term recreational drug user

Posted On: August 17, 2011
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Now aged 50, Velcro Ripper has been using a range of drugs, including alcohol, cannabis, cocaine, speed, ecstasy, LSD and MDMA,  since he was in his teens. In this interview, he talks about his experiences with the different drugs and outlines how drug use has changed through the decades. He also shares his views on drug laws – including why he’s not sure if the laws around drugs should be changed.

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