Well, at least she didn't eat anyone!
A Denver woman was arrested for urinating on a $30 Million piece of art in a museum, and of course the bath salts were to blame.
The hallucinogenic drugs were catapulted to the mainstream when Miami native Rudy Eugene ate the face of a homeless man while high on what was believed to be bath salts.
Carmen Tisch, 36, caught on camera urinating on a $30 million Clyfford Still painting last December and woke up in a jail cell with no recollection of the offense, she is now citing bath salts as the culprit.
As reported by the NY Daily News:
Carmen Tisch, 36, told KDVR-TV that she doesn't remember the day she stumbled into the Clyfford Still Museum and was caught on security cameras pummeling a 10-foot-tall, 13-foot-wide painting by the noted Abstract Expressionist before urinating on the work.
"I was a pill popper, heroin addict. I was in the methadone clinic for while," Carmen Tisch said. "And when I got off the methadone that’s when I started drinking a lot. That’s when I was doing the bath salt."
Now sober, the heavily tattooed Tisch said she was in shock when police told her what she had done after she came down from her high a few hours later in a jail cell.
"I'm kind of scared to watch it just to see myself like that," Tisch told the station.
"I was in shock," Tisch said. "I was ashamed and also a little relieved that I didn’t murder somebody."
The painting suffered an estimated $10,000 in damage, The Denver Post reports.
Seriously, we have seen the effects. People need to chill with the bath salts. SOURCE: NY Daily News