The teen girls were seriously ill after swallowing the bear-shaped pills in Salford. They were told that these are ‘just sweets’, which, in fact, proved to be ‘teddy tablets’.
Lacy Hall, aged 12, is one of those three girls. She said she was given the bear sweets, but she only bit half of a sweet as she didn’t like its taste. Meanwhile, two other girls took three each. She also warned that these drugs, looking really child-friendly, were being sold for just 50p.
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Luckily, the teens are now recovering. However, this case proves once more the necessity for every parent to keep a watchful eye on their kids’ friends and to know the exact locations of their the drugs at every particular moment. And that is where mSpy comes in handy.
Meanwhile, we remind you that mSpy now is one of the key instruments to safeguard modern children online. It is one of the best ways nowadays to really acknowledge any child’s interests and concerns. With the GPS tracking, parents can know if their children are in the wrong or dangerous neighborhood; with the messaging records, including texts, emails and most messengers – the cyber-bullying problem can be prevented. With the web browsing history reports, concerned parents can make sure that children are not spending time on pornography or gambling websites.