E for enterprise;Back Paige;Jotter

22nd January 1999 at 00:00
Concern about drugs in schools remains high but one Glasgow secondary has seen culture and enterprise go hand in hand. Some third-year boys nicked a Prozac prescription from one of their grandfathers, tested it on a pet hamster, which registered happy, and then tried to sell the pills in school as ecstasy.

Marvelling at their application of practical science, the heidie who disciplined them said: "I don't know whether to suspend them for attempted drug dealing or for fraud."

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