Belgrade kindergarten's wall offers "narcotics price list"

The Zlatni Bor ("Golden Pine") kindergarten in Belgrade's Zemun municipality has been sprayed with graffiti advertising the price of illegal narcotics.

Source: Blic
(Tanjug, file, illiustration purposes)
(Tanjug, file, illiustration purposes)

Across an entire wall, right next to the entrance - where hundreds of children and their parents pass each day - a complete price list for various types of narcotics has been put up.

These range from skunk, speed, LSD, all the way to "the white" - that is offered for 70 to 100 euros, writes the Belgrade-based daily Blic.

"Regardless of the fact the kids don't know what this is about, it's not pleasant for us to see the kindergarten in this state," said a concerned parent.


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