Teenagers thought they stole cocaine - snorted the ashes of grandfather

 
Teenagers thought they stole cocaine - snorted the ashes of grandfather
The bizarre incident happened in St. Louis, USA.

Debora Matthews had a burglary at her home and several valuable artifacts was robbed.

The theft was made by three young teenage boys, who Matthews claims are related to her. They went through her home, destroyed and took several things. But what hurt Debora the most was that the boys took the ashes after her father.

- I can not believe it. That they would take the ashes. But you know, they are the only children and perhaps a bit short-sighted, says Matthews to the local news site Kmov.

The teens must have thought they found cocaine in the container, but after they snorted and tasted it, they understood that it was not drugs.

- I am upset that they did it against him. They did not even know that it was the ashes after their own grandfather, says Deborah.

It is unclear why the boys thought the content was cocaine.

After snorting it with no effect, they chose to pour the rest of the ashes on the street.

Now the case is being investigated by the police and the teens are at risk of being punished for burglary and theft.

But no drug charges.

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