Saturday, September 08, 2012

Woman Arrested For Smoking Bath Salts And Stripping In Park - Twice


Apparently Samantha Edwards loves two things in life. Smoking bath salts and performing strip shows in parks near her Missouri home. For the second time this summer, Samantha has been arrested for being wasted on bath salts and making sure every passerby in the park gets a good view of her taking off all her clothes. What is really funny to me about this is that both times her shows lasted for about 30-45 minutes before anyone bothered to call the police. Who knew that people in Missouri loved their theatre in the park so much.

33 comments:

Cleodacat said...

At least she didn't try to snack on someone's face.

Amber said...

What a fool. Doesn't she realize that instead of spending money on bath salts, she could be getting paid to strip at a club??

Lalaay said...

Are there different kinds of bath salts? Why do some people react differently (more aggressive) than others, or does it depend on their personality?

djphob said...

I have a few friends who will (and do) do just about any drug and even they won't mess with this stuff.

SAROE said...

It is the 'Show Me' state.

smashbash said...

They were waiting for her to finish her show. Duh.

Tax payers money hard at work. Are bath salts just super cheap? Why not try something more calming? :)

shauniebear said...

I'd hoped that after the face eating debacle that people would leave this shit alone...

Cornbread said...

I am happily surprised to see this one didn't occur in Florida.

Michelle said...

How do people even think about turning everday, household products into a recreational drug? Next thing you know, people will be snorting Fun Dip or talcum powder or taking shots of kaopectate. I don't even like to do those salt-based sinus rinses to avoid chronic sinusitis; I can't imagine willing pouring salt into other orifices to see if it has a thrill factor.

goes in circles said...

@Amber
Right, she looks cute enough. Not that being cute is always a prereq

EmEyeKay said...

LOL @Saroe

Cleodacat said...

Michelle, Bath Salts are not the same as the product of the same name that you or I would use in the tub; they are a manufactured product designed to produce a "high" and legally sold at head shops with the "not for consumption" warning. Somehow it is legal despite what it does.

IDoTheRobot said...

@Michelle, snorting Fun Dip is old news. So is Pixie Sticks.

Did you ever watch the show My Strange Addiction or whatever it was called? There was a woman that was addicted to snorting Baby Powder. It was insane!

RamblinPose said...

I agree with Amber, at least get paid to strip!

.robert said...

@Michelle, it is just a name. They aren't really bath salts.

smashbash said...

I head a news article about kids drinking hand sanitizer because of it's high alcohol content. A kid I knew I high school would huff car exhaust. Some people will do anything to get high. Thats why if we decriminalize drugs kids wouldn't be turning to such extreme avenues to get high. I feel like mentally high school students looks at the list all the drugs they can do booze, smoking, pot, coke, crack, meth, heroin, pills etc. The list goes on and on. When they can't get one thing they move down the list. My brother was smoking spice for a few weeks because he was getting drug tested and pot would show up but spice wouldn't. Addictive personalities, like myself, need an outlet whether it be really really bad or just sort of bad. I hope that wasn't to off topic, ranty or preachy. We are all free people. :) I am not trying to excite an argument.

Michelle said...

Thanks for enlightening me...I was both concerned and apparently naive. @robot, wow! I once had a student write an essay mentioning snorting pixie sticks, and I thought he/she was merely being creative. Don't you hate it when you become the older generation uninformed about contemporary cultural references. But glad to be naive and relieved my bath salts are safe.

Agent**It said...

@cornbread, ditto and belated congrats on your.. "condition" !

Erin said...

@smashbash - I agree. In the town where I grew up, bath salts have been huge for at least two years. A few kids died--no cannibalism though which is good, I guess. My dad still lives there & told me about it. My first reaction was to get those kids some weed.

Del Riser said...

I was looking for info on cleaning products online and stumbled into a world where everyone was recounting their stories of addiction to sniffing Pine-Sol! I don't know if it's harmful, but these folks had purse and briefcase sized containers and soaked cotton balls in plastic baggies for emergencies. Weird.

Thomas said...

"Pics or it didn't happen"

IDoTheRobot said...

@Michelle haha yeah- we did it back in 5th and 6th grade! That was back circa 1997.

@cornbread hey hey! :D

auntliddy said...

Ewwwwww, i understand u wanna get high, but i eld draw the line at f*cking pinesol, i swear. Hate that f*cking smell. You know they only using it to cover up god-knows- what. Ugh!

CanadianMiss said...

A few years ago there were some remote Canadian communities in the news for much of the population sniffing gasoline. These kids would carry around bags of it, and I believe it would literally sweat out their pores.
It's sad people will use whatever is easiest to access to get high, so if bath salts are legal and easily attainable, some people will just do it.

Ingrid Superstar said...

I'd let her bite my face off...

Sunny said...

Ingrid
your comments are always briiliant :)

curlyhairslacker said...

I co-sign what Sunny said. Ingrid, you crack me up!

mazemerizing said...

From what I've read, it's the increased amount of bath salts one smokes/snorts, plus other drugs they've already ingested that makes some people go nuts, overheat, take off their clothes and eat faces. This girl probably didn't smoke that much, but becomes an exhibitionist when high. And I think a bag of the bath salts is about $50, which isn't that cheap. But more than a bottle of Pine-sol, which, the idea of inhaling is so incredibly stupid it hurts my brain just to think about.

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yodelay said...

@Saroe, you beat me to it! LMAO!

astrogirl said...

I hope she at least passed a hat around.

djphob said...

@Del Riser there was a My Strange Addiction w a Pine Sol sniffer and IIRC she wasn't getting high so much as there was some emotional connection to the smell. Not sure though. Hmm.

That's the power of Pine Sol, baby!

Agent**It said...

Pine Sol, I spray it in the air and dab it behind my ears before my husband comes home from work. It makes him think that I, too, have worked hard:)