Steal NOS and sell it in balloons at a rave, and you've made $800 of pure profit, so it's no wonder thefts are on the rise.
A new bill banning any and all "psychoactive substances" was the direct result of a moral panic started by the red tops.
Now that NoS has officially been banned, will this be the summer it starts to disappear from the streets?
New usage stats look likely to scare the Home Office into making NOS their next khat.
In an article published yesterday we erroneously implied that the Daily Mail's use of the term "hippy crack" was both lame and inaccurate. It has been brought to our attention that this is not the case. VICE regrets the error.