William Bowles Elegant Homes International — drug dealer sells 'hippy crack' for 33p a hit
Online pedlars are offering potentially lethal laughing gas for sale via a free phone app. The app, available to iPhone users, flogs the legal high, known as hippy crack, for 33p a hit. The Government aims to outlaw the sale of the nitrous oxide gas, blamed for at least 17 deaths in the past seven years.
But the £8.99 canisters sold by the company Mr Whip are marketed as aids for whipping cream.
A source believes firm bosses Jonathan Allen and William Bowles could be "sitting on a goldmine".
Both live in Stamford, Lincs. Neither was home when approached by the Sunday People or responded to a request for comment.
A £265, 000 Aston Martin was parked outside Mr Allen's flat. Aaron Dunford died after inhaling laughing gas. On Friday an inquest heard Aaron Dunford, 22, of Brighton, was found dead next to 200 empty laughing gas canisters.
It was said he suffered nerve damage. The hearing recorded a misadventure verdict. Aaron's stepdad Stephen said: "Taking it once may be too much."
BANNED IN THE UK THE NITROUS OXIDE DRUG OPERATION (QUICK WHIP) HAS BEEN MOVED TO AUSTRALIA AND UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
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