Radio Cadena SER reported that the Spanish security authorities are looking into more than 260 complaints about the use of medical needles in public places.
And the TV channel added in its news: “Police are investigating more than 260 complaints that young people are injected with medical syringes in night facilities.”
In early August, Spanish Interior Minister Fernando Grande Marlasca said law enforcement was investigating about 60 complaints of injections in public places.
It is reported that the Civil Guard and the National Police registered a total of 203 complaints between July 3 and August 10.
At least 59 more cases must be added to the previous ones: 23 of them were registered in Catalonia, 20 more in Navarre and 16 in the Basque Country.
According to the radio station, Spanish law enforcement agencies have not yet compiled a classification of this phenomenon, and none of those responsible for its commission has been detained.
Observers believe that complaints of tingling have increased recently, already making it a major problem in Spain.
Source: RIA Novosti