Drug Capsules Make For Toxic Art in China

Posted on May 15, 2012

Last month, officials in China’s Henan province found capsules of toxic drugs dumped in a roadside ditch. This colorful toxic brew was about 300 meters long.

From the images below, you would think that this was one of those gimmicks pulled off by the Chinese government to beautify the environment.

Since the the government started cracking down on makers and distributors of inferior drug capsules, illegal traders have begun disposing of their stashes of illegal gelatin capsules.

Mysteriously, according to a local official in Zhengzhou, there are no drug capsule manufacturers in that province.

Drug Capsules Make For Toxic Art in China picture

Drug Capsules Make For Toxic Art in China picture

Drug Capsules Make For Toxic Art in China picture

Drug Capsules Make For Toxic Art in China picture

Drug Capsules Make For Toxic Art in China picture

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