Colorado tap water spiked with THC

Colorado has already legalized pot, but now its residents in the small town of Hugo can get it for free! After hearing "complaints," according to the sheriff's office, investigators tested the water for THC and found that, yes indeedy, it contained THC. According to the Washington Post:

Perplexed by the discovery of THC, officials began examining Hugo's wells. Town employees, local Fox outlet KDVR reported, discovered that one of the well houses showed signs of a forced entry. Subsequent field tests detected THC in a handful of locations, though the health department does not currently have "reliable information" on the THC concentrations.

It's highly unlikely that enough THC could be put in the water to get someone stoned, especially since it's not water-soluble. But for now, the town is giving out bottled water to the residents, who are being told to avoid tap water for bathing, cooking with, and drinking. Yeah, right!

Read the full story at The Washington Post.