BREAKING: FDA Discovers Skittles Factories Lacing Products With Cocaine


Today, multiple Skittles Factories were busted after it was discovered that they have been using cocaine to make their Skittles. The factories were busted after FDA Inspectors unexpectedly decided to inspect all Skittles factories nationwide.

According to authorities, the factory was filled with “cocaine everywhere”, all over workers faces, and skittles batches. “It was like that wolf of Wall Street movie all over again” said Inspector Hugh Jordan. Authorities believe the Skittles were being produced with cocaine to bring addiction to their customers; Customers who buy and eat the Skittles will then oddly find themselves addicted to the candy without having the slight idea that the addiction is coming from the cocaine. Since Skittles are made with large amounts of sugar, consumers will not be able to tell whether it is the sugar or drugs that is making them hyper.

Nancy Trace, a well known anti-drug resident in her late 50s, used this case to emphasize that all drugs are bad and should be avoided. In a HUZLERS exclusive interview she told us, “This is yet another case where drugs are being abused and it’s unbelievable, I eat skittles everyday for Christ’s sake, but now I’ve found out I’ve been doing cocaine everyday instead. If we don’t stop it now, who knows, Skittles customers might find themselves addicted to worse drugs like marijuana”.
The FDA has stated the discovery “disgusting” and “wicked” and has agreed to shut down all the factories that participated in the use of illegal drugs to produce their Skittles and further investigate all other factories. Authorities say it is impossible to tell which bags have been loaded with cocaine. That being the case, all Skittles products will be taken off shelves nationwide within the next few days. Skittles is estimated to resume production within the next few months, after all factories have been cleaned of illegal drugs and unlabeled ingredients.
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Written by Pablo Reyes Jr

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