[WATCH] Viral Facebook VIDEO Reveals Heroin Horror

One look at this couple and kids everywhere are LAUGHING as they say no to drugs. This video is dominating!

A Memphis couple passed out on the sidewalk. As soon as someone captured them and their antics on video, the footage went viral.

The couple told Memphis Police that they entered the bathroom at a nearby Walgreens and “snorted some heroin.” The then took the party to a sidewalk at Eastmoreland Avenue and South Pauline street. A driver passed by in their call and called 911 in an attempt to help the two.

Crews from the Memphis Fire Department arrived on the scene at delivered medical attention to the whacked out drug users. Eventually, the husband and wife were revived and taken to the hospital, fortunately in noncritical condition.

The female, Carla Hiers, remained in custody, as police found that she had a warrant out for her arrest.

The video was shared as a “Facebook Live” post by Courtland Garner. The two are shown laying on the sidewalk as passersby comment on the spectacle.

“What they were doing was children things. It was a spectacle. It made me laugh. They can help themselves,” said Garner. “I know for a fact all the kids are on social media, and when kids see that video, you know what they are going to say? I don’t want to look stupid like that I don’t want to do those drugs.”

Watch the video below for yourself and see the horror that heroin can inflict on a person:

Why is heroin so addictive?

The Recovery Village reports that, while most people are not likely to become addicted to heroine after one use, the drug is so powerful that the brain and nervous system can quickly adjust to the changes it cause, and a compulsive cycle can begin quickly after a few uses.

Heroin is so addictive because it causes the brain and nervous system to release dopamine, which generates feelings of euphoria.


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