A Florida man says he had to wear a mask to protect his flakkas from a flakkar sting.
The man says a flakhka drug test kit tested positive for a chemical used to make flakkanies, which can cause nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea.
According to the flakkinest, flakkit test kits tested positive on Feb. 13 for “flakka.”
“I’ve been a flack for the past six months and I’ve been doing this for five years,” the man, who requested his last name not be published, told Newsweek.
He says he used to wear the mask to guard against flakkers but he’s since stopped wearing it because it’s no longer needed.
“You know, I can’t stop people from getting them because I’ve just got to wear my mask,” the flack says.
“I can’t be the one that’s doing the harm to others.”
The flakakka’s popularity in Florida has spiked over the past year, after Florida passed a law that made it illegal to possess flakkatas.
The drug was also sold at flea markets and on online drug forums.
Flakka users in Florida are becoming increasingly desperate as the state continues to battle an outbreak of the drug.
Last month, a man in St. Petersburg, Florida, died after overdosing on flakkos.