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Girlfriend turned into a dolphin, cops told

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A Swedish pothead whose girlfriend turned into a dophin after he toked on a particularly explosive spliff asked cops to test his hash for traces of LSD, The Local reports.

The concerned 26-year-old from Eslöv, northeast of Malmö, considered the matter so serious that he ignored the fact that marijuana is illegal in Sweden and presented himself to the authorities to register a formal complaint.

He explained that never in ten years of smoking dope had he suffered such a mind-altering experience. No sooner had he fired up a joint than the TV began talking to him and his other half transformed herself into Flipper.

Eslöv copper Mats G Odestal noted: “It could possibly be classified as assault, if the hash is found to contain LSD."

Charges are unlikely, however, since the victim was reluctant to reveal his identity of his dealer, Odestal concluded. ®

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