THE DARK SIDE OF HONG KONG NIGHT LIFE 1

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It’s ironic that the most open pimping of the drug culture is going on these days right in front of what was the Central Police Station and all along that Wyndham Street strip that is the playground of the city’s movers and shakers in all those pumped up Clubs that seem to have been designed by the same person and with one Deejay handling the House duties.

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But, wait something has changed: Those Nigerian coke dealers who still openly peddle their wares down Cochrane Street on the way to Drop and close to The Kebab House, Gekko and Marouche, have either brought in re-enforcements or another new Nigerian coke militia is in town- better dressed, working in gangs and infesting the entire Pottinger Street area, which is off Wyndham Street.

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One cannot walk past this area without being accosted by one of these pusher men offering a buffet of coke, weed or ice. Where are the police? Supposedly “brutalising” those “peaceniks” grazing in the grass at Admiralty and trying their darnedest to bring back Flower Power and paint a picture to Lennon’s Imagine.

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Wake up, Hong Kong. This city has a huge drug culture, a huge drug problem and, as has been proven by the young British banker recently arrested for the brutal murder in Wanchai of two Indonesian females and the damning interview to CNN by someone else formerly in this city’s financial sector.

Confessions of a British banker: ‘Leaving Hong Kong saved my life’ – CNN

Having escaped the pressures apparently afflicting many in Hong Kong’s financial sector, he spoke openly about the ease in which drugs can be obtained here. The revealing interview also proved that the Hong Kong drug scene is no longer “exclusive” to Cochrane Street, Wyndham Street, Pottinger Street and that certain bar in Wanchai overrun by underage expats.

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The drug scene is alive and well at $800,000 per month houses on the Peak where live the heads of banks who have these Nigerian- and expat- pushers offering door-to-door service to fuel their three-day long coke binge parties.

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