Legally High: Reporter Accidentally Gets High on Camera


BBC's Middle East correspondent Quentin Sommerville tried to report beside burning drugs.

Reporter repeatedly collapses into giggles in front of pile of burning narcotics He has braved gunfire to report from some of the world’s most treacherous regions.

But now the BBC’s Quentin Sommerville has revealed how he fell victim to an unexpected hazard: a pile of burning narcotics.

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