Red Bull Cola Proven to have Trace Amounts of Cocaine in Germany

By: Christina Butty - Published: May 27, 2009 • References: redbull & google
Red Bull Germany is having some problems. After trace amounts of cocaine were found in Red Bull Cola, the product is no longer being sold in six German states.

After sample tests were completed on Friday, Red Bull Cola was pulled off shelves in Germany. In North Rhine-Westphalia state, 0.4 micrograms of the unlawful narcotic were discovered per litre.

Other states banned Red Bull Cola citing concerns over narcotic law violations.

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