Heroin bear & cannabis cat star in Singapore’s bizarre anti-drug crusade

Singapore’s zero-tolerance drug policies are well-known, but new anti-addiction posters suggest government designers have been gobbling mind bending substances themselves.

The nation’s Central Narcotics Bureau (CNB) has a whole archive of frankly, bizarre material warning children not to step outside the realm of the law, lest they die in a drug-fueled haze or are put on death row.

Several of the CNB’s strange cartoon characters and weird ‘nursery’ rhymes have become a talking point at this year’s UN Commission on Narcotic Drugs (CND) gathering.

One cartoon tells of a cat named Nash who smoked cannabis that “sent his brain down the drain”. Meanwhile, a hen dressed in what looks like a fur coat, had her dreams of becoming a pop star snuffed out after taking methamphetamines.

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