Siree said she could have still been on the phone when he told his uncle Gary that he could "murder a spliff
", but he didn't know.
When asked by defence barrister Gordon Cole QC if he mentioned the word "murder," he replied: "She could have heard me say to Gary I could murder a spliff
when one of the calls got answered, I didn''t know if she was on the other end of the phone."
However, I'm pretty sure that we can get to grips with cool Cameron and his refusal to admit or deny smoking a spliff
when he was 15 years old.
They were snapped passing around a large [euro]7 spliff
, rolled by staff at the city's notorious Bulldog cafe .
Lambert said that he had enough cannabis to make one spliff
To bust these next-level hits, you gotta have a tractor-trailer full of confidence and a firm belief in the mantra "Fortune favors the bold." Which Yuri must have been reciting when, at just 17 and not looking a day older, this youngest member of the Spliff
Mode Crew moseyed into an adult beverage watering hole and left a short time later with a lovely lady twice his age.
On stage she smoked a spliff
and told her female, teenage audience to, pretty much, give hash a bash.
London, Aug 19 (ANI): English actor Josh Herdman, known for playing Gregory Goyle in the 'Harry Potter' series, was caught lighting up what looked like a ten-inch spliff
I must have forgotten the spliff
. It was a small amount.
And you, Ieuan, second among equals, did you suck on a spliff
No, she hadn't smelled an illegal spliff
. It was the preponderance of sexual accessories ads that had caught her eye.
, with a handicap mark of nine metres, was yesterday drafted into the William Hill Northumberland Plate field to replace Acomb Delphine, who was withdrawn lame from heat two tomorrow.
What I hadn't made allowance for was an enthusiastic editor putting a huge spliff
in his mouth and slapping him on the front page.
'If, however, he is snapped with a spliff
, is kissed and told on or slaps an impudent hack, then he - and his family - will be scarred forever.
Marjorie Wallace, chief executive of the mental health charity Sane, said: "Far from being a relatively harmless recreational drug, for vulnerable teenagers the innocent spliff
, or chilling out, could trigger a journey of life-long disintegration."