Racking up those lines could cause swelling, scarring and heart disease – good stuff!
And the giant nose, human hamster wheel, and gallons of slime are coming with it.
While most people remember Bosnich as the cherubic goalkeeper with the stonking cocaine habit, his most controversial moment in football is often overlooked or ignored.
The world is about to wave goodbye to over a tonne of gak worth around £73m, the marketing of which would have been lost on unappreciative nostrils anyway.
We asked a scientist about the physical process that turns nice, normal people into assholes after they've done a couple lines.
Suddenly, shoving a wrap of cocaine up your arse seems like... quite a nice prospect?
But who's to blame? Taking everything into account, Cho Chang seems like the likeliest of suspects.
I collected the baggies while buying coke from the notorious Los Zetas cartel, in the town of Torreón.
Playing Ludo and cooking coke in the Colombian town of San Agustín.
Researchers at the University of Surrey have worked out a way to differentiate between people who have ingested cocaine and people who've merely touched it.