Spiking your parents' milkshakes over internet usage? Umm, What!?
So, I read an article/blog entry on HelloGiggles about a teenager and her friend spiking the parents' milkshakes with an anti-anxiety medication to avoid her 10pm internet curfew. In the blog it gives this link: http://www.nbclosangeles.com/news/local/Rocklin-California-Drugged-Parents-Internet-185553062.html
This may seem harmless to a teenager, but what would she have done if the medication had interacted with a medication her parent took? She could have killed them. From what I understand, quite a few anti-anxiety meds come in both quick release and extended (I take an extended form) and it is dangerous to crush the extended versions. What if they had consumed all of it, and they didn't take an hour to pass out, but passed out while driving home?
Why are teenagers so stupid these days? Do we REALLY need to teach them that it's not ok to spike ANYONE'S drink or dose someone's food? Also, what do you think should happen to the girls, particularly the daughter?