Cocaine Use Reported At Welsh Assembly HQ

Traces of a highly addictive class-A drug were found in Wales’ corridors of power in tests carried out by the Daily Post. The scientific survey conducted over the past month revealed widespread cocaine abuse across the region.

But the most surprising result of all saw the brand new Senedd building, in Cardiff Bay, test positive for cocaine.

As revealed in yesterday’s Daily Post, traces of the drug turned up in a mother and baby changing unit, a magistrates’ court and three North Wales colleges

The tests were carried out with pink paper swabs which turn blue on contact with cocaine. And among the locations which tested positive were the men’s toilets in the public area of the Senedd building.

It opened its doors on March 1 last year and has since become one of the country’s most recognisable landmarks.