Australian dad posed as crime boss to find his late son’s illegal drug suppliers

An Australian father whose only son died while under the influence of a synthetic recreational drug has infiltrated the Chinese criminal gangs exporting the substances to our shores.

Rod Bridge’s son Preston died in February 2013, after leaping from a Perth balcony while on the synthetic drug, 25i-NBOMe.

It is believed the 16-year-old was under the impression he could fly before he plunged to his death.

“The hallucination for some reason caused him to think he could fly or jump.

“Witnesses have come forward and said he didn’t just fall off a balcony, he ran.”

One hit of 25i-NBOMe is the size of six grains of salt and is up to 60 times more potent than LSD.

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