Carrier bag charge legislation linked to increase in drug abuse at Tesco (Rousse)

I found numerous empty drug ampoules littered in and around the supermarket trolleys in Tesco car park. This problem had escalated since the introduction of carrier bag charge legislation in Scotland on 20th October 2014. I witnessed an addict shooting up in plain sight of families about to embark on their weekly shop.

I went into the supermarket intent on buying two soft squashes, as instructed by TPR. I didn’t get very far. My sister had followed me into the shop to deliver the message that I had to stop pressurising my niece into taking exercise. My response was that it was entirely up to my niece how she spent her spare time. If she wanted to go running twice a day that was her choice, and nothing to do with me.

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