- A beautiful lady has gone 'mad' after taking too much tramadol in an attempt to get 'high'
- The lady whose name is not yet disclosed was captured in a video that is fast trending
- All attempts to calm her down proved futile as she kept screaming out of pain
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A video of a beautiful young lady who was screaming and dangling out of control due to abuse of Tramadol has surfaced on social media.
According to Celebritiesbuzz.com who used the opportunity to send a strong signal that youths stop drug abuse, the lady consumed the popular drug to 'get high'.
It was clear from the video that she might have gone 'too high' as she was screaming her hearts out as though she was about having her brain explode out of her head.
Drug abuse occurs when unable to control the use of prescribed drugs or uses another legal or illegal substance to the point that it interferes with the ability to function normally.
In the trending video, the lady whose name has been withheld was been calmed down by individuals who appeared to be her relatives.
All the attempts to put her in 'order' proved to be futile as she did not even appear to realize that anyone was trying to calm her.
The beautiful lady's opened her eyes widely as though there was something scary standing in her face while she was screaming uncontrollably.
Watch video below:
In another story, a married lady has given eye-popping details of how she developed a lesbian relationship with another married woman, thereby cheating on her husband for two long years. It all started as a friend request from a strange number with many mutual friends.
Later, this new friend started checking on her daily. The two started getting along but had not met in person until about three months later.
In a video interview, the lady said the new friend was always checking on her and her marriage to find out how things were going.
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