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Some burst into song, others started dancing around the marquee and some collapsed on the tent floor as the drug took hold.

detector convention descended into ‘mayhem’ after 13 members accidentally ate a cake spiked with CANNABIS and broke out in wild dancing before they were taken to hospital

But the event descended into chaos when a birthday cake laced with cannabis oil was unwittingly handed around, causing several attendees, including a 69-year-old church organist, to “drop like flies” while others burst into song or started dancing.

Craig Allison said he thought he was ‘going to die’ after eating the desert

Metal detectorists attending the Coil to the Soil rally in Yorkshire had anticipated a gentle four days scanning 400 acres of land for treasure.

A fleet of eight ambulances was sent to the scene, as well as a rapid response vehicle, two doctors, two clinical supervisors and a Hazardous Area Response Team, trained to respond to serious public health threats

At last 13 people were rushed to hospital – many so unused to taking drugs they feared they were suffering a heart attack or even dying.

A 48-year-old woman from Co Durham was arrested on suspicion of supplying a class B drug and has been bailed while inquiries continue, South Yorkshire Police said.

The havoc began when Gary Cook, a keen metal detectorist who is well known in such circles, strolled around the site in the village of High Melton near Doncaster at around 5.30pm on Saturday, offering guests a slice of chocolate cake baked by a female friend to celebrate his 50th birthday

“He asked me if I’d like a piece of his birthday cake”

Mr Cook, from Westbury, Wilts, had no idea that the cake was anything other than it looked.

His friend Craig Allison, 50, had just packed away his trade stand and was headed back into the main marquee when he bumped into Mr Cook.

“He broke a piece off for myself and a colleague, I wished him happy birthday and ate it as I carried on inside.

“It tasted like a normal chocolate cake, it was possibly a bit dry but other than that I didn’t notice any difference.”

But around 20 minutes later, as attendees gathered for the raffle, Mr Allison, who runs Crawfords Metal Detectors in Scunthorpe, started feeling dizzy.

“At first I thought nothing of it,” he added. “But it got worse and worse and after about 30 minutes I started to feel numb and tingly and then I just collapsed.”

Mr Allison was the first victim and those around him assumed he was suffering from heat stroke and called an ambulance.

As he drifted in and out of consciousness, he became aware of people talking about “the cake” and asking if he had eaten any.

He said: “I started to come around just as the ambulance was ready to take me to hospital but as a paramedic went to shut the door I heard him say, ‘hang on a minute, they’re dropping like flies in here.’

“I was then asked to get out of the ambulance because somebody else was in a worse condition and needed priority.”

The victims were taken to Rotherham Hospital, where some were kept overnight. Mr Allison was told some reactions were severe because they had never taken drugs and their bodies did not know how to react.

Mr Cook is also understood to have fallen victim to the prank and was taken to hospital.

He told a friend it was “terrifying” and he thought he was having a heart attack.

Julian Evan-Hart, 57, editor of Treasure Hunting magazine, who was not at the event but has spoken to several attendees, said: “They’re all okay but a bit shallow headed because if you’re not used to that kind of  thing, well it blew them apart basically.

“I think everyone is very much thinking this was a bit of tongue-in-cheek joke where the wheels came off.

“It does broadens one’s mind – if you’re going to mess around like this, you’ve got to be so careful. 

“I’m certain that this lady didn’t intend this to happen, it was going to be a close-circuit cake shared amongst friends but then everyone helped themselves from what I can gather.”

“It’s really quite sad that it snowballed into such a catastrophic event.”

Mr Allison said: “We metal detectors have quite an anorak image, which I do not think is true, but I’m worried this will give us a different image altogether.

“Up until this point, it had been a perfect weekend with brilliant weather, it was sad that this had to happen, it was a stupid prank that went wrong.”

Prankster laced chocolate cake with cannabis and triggers bio-hazard alert 

The NHS sent out a Hazardous Area Response Team who are trained to respond to serious public health threats, including terrorism, to the marquee hosting the Coil to the Soil (CTTS) event on Saturday evening.

A 48-year-old woman from County Durham has been arrested in connection to the incident and currently remains in police custody.

Craig Allison, 50, who runs Crawfords Metal Detectors in Scunthorpe, North East Lincs, said: ‘I was just finishing up for the day on Saturday when I walked past the marquee and saw a friend sat outside.’ 

He told how a man called Gary Cook had called him over and asked him if he wanted to have a piece of birthday cake.

Mr Allison said: ‘To me, it tasted like a standard chocolate cake, it was possibly a bit dry but other than that I didn’t notice any difference.

‘I wished the guy a happy birthday, ate the cake and went on my way.’ 

But unbeknown to Mr Allison and his colleague, Sam Ablott, 45, who also accepted a piece of cake, the cake was laced with cannabis, which would send him into a spiral of dizziness and confusion.

He had eaten his tea and had a drink of beer when he started to feel funny.

He said: ‘I started to feel dizzy and got steadily worse until I knew I wasn’t going to be able to walk and then I went down.

‘People rushed round me straight away to help, I was the first of many to go down and as it was so hot the first thing anybody thought of was that I was suffering from sunstroke.

‘An ambulance was called for me.

The man who the cake was for “thought he was having a coronary”

More than a dozen treasure hunters aged up to 80 were left in need of hospital treatment after unknowingly tucking into a birthday cake believed to have been laced with cannabis.

Thirteen of the 15 metal detectorists who fell ill were taken to hospital by ambulance “after ingesting an unknown substance” at a celebration in the High Melton area near South Yorkshire on Saturday evening.

Police said it is thought that the substance in question was cannabis, with the illegal drug seemingly having found its way into a 50th birthday cake at the event.

All of those who fell ill are said to be metal detectorists, aged between 50 and 80, who had been invited to an event called Coil to the Soil to mark the upcoming birthday of one of those in attendance.

According to Treasure Hunting magazine editor Julian Evan-Hart, who spoke to people after the incident, the man who the cake was made for “thought he was having a coronary”.

“Symptoms were giddiness, drowsiness and people were feeling really ill,” he said.

“The man who the cake was made for thought he was having a coronary. It would be a totally alien feeling for him as he will not have had anything like this. What the hell would you think was going on?”

South Yorkshire Police said the people who were taken to hospital have been discharged, and a 48-year-old woman from County Durham has been released on bail after being arrested in connection with the incident.

As well as ambulance crews, doctors and police officers, two clinical supervisors and a hazardous area response team were also called to the scene.

Mr Evan-Hart said there was not believed to be any “malevolent” feeling over the lacing of the cake, and he believed it may have been spiked as a prank.

Treasure hunt takes dark turn after metal detectorists eat cannabis-spiked cakes

A group of metal detectorists were rushed to hospital after eating cakes spiked with cannabis at a treasure hunting event. 

15 people fell ill at the Coil To The Soil’s rally on Saturday in the village of High Melton, near Doncaster, Yorks.

Emergency services took 13 of them to hospital, while a 48-year-old woman from County Durham was arrested at the scene.

She has since been released on bail and the casualties have been discharged from hospital.

A large fleet of medical staff were called to the scene, including eight ambulances, a rapid response vehicle, two doctors, two clinical supervisors and a Hazardous Area Response Team.

Fifteen metal detectorists fall ill ‘after eating cannabis-spiked cake’

Group taken to hospital from Coil to the Soil national metal detecting event in Doncaster

A group of metal detectorists have been taken to hospital after eating cake reportedly infused with cannabis at an event in South Yorkshire.

Fifteen people were taken ill at the Coil to the Soil national metal detecting event in Doncaster on Saturday. Yorkshire ambulance service said it had received an emergency call just before 6.30pm reporting that people had become ill after “ingesting an unknown substance”.

Eight ambulances, a rapid response vehicle, two doctors, two clinical supervisors and a hazardous area response team were dispatched to the scene.

“Fifteen patients were treated by ambulance service staff on scene and 13 of those were conveyed to hospitals in South Yorkshire for further care,” the ambulance service said.

South Yorkshire police said an investigation was under way and that a woman had been arrested. They said the men and women who were hospitalised had all since been discharged.

“A 48-year-old woman from County Durham was arrested in connection to the incident and has since been bailed whilst enquiries continue,” said a police statement.

Julian Evan-Hart, the editor of Treasure Hunting magazine, wrote on Facebook that the cake had been “spiked”, which he described as “inconsiderate, irresponsible, stupid and foolish”.

“This isn’t a poor reflection on our hobby, the dig organisers or anyone else involved in the planning of the event. It’s just a case of random lunacy.”

He later posted: “I have heard all affected are now well again and that is the only thing that is now important. So after learning from this event, ladies and gents, it’s back to the crunch of stubble, sun cream, and making a colossal contribution to our heritage.”

Metal detectorists taken ill eating ‘cannabis cakes’ in High Melton

A group of metal detectorists were taken to hospital after unknowingly eating cakes apparently spiked with cannabis in a village called High Melton near Doncaster.

Thirteen men and women fell ill at Coil To The Soil’s rally on Saturday.

A detectorist spokesman said: “People could have died. It was lucky that no children or people on medication with serious health problems ate the cake.”

A 48-year-old woman from County Durham has been arrested and bailed.

Julian Evan-Hart, editor of Treasure Hunting Magazine, said it was a “dreadful incident” but he did not believe it was malevolent.

‘Random lunacy’

“I think it was an irresponsible, poorly thought-through joke,” he said.

“This isn’t a poor reflection on our hobby, the dig organisers or anyone else involved the planning of the event. It’s just a case of random lunacy.”

A large fleet of medical staff were called to the scene, including eight ambulances, a rapid response vehicle, two doctors, two clinical supervisors and a Hazardous Area Response Team.

Yorkshire Ambulance Service said two people were treated on the spot.

It said: “Yorkshire Ambulance Service received an emergency call just before 18:30 BST on Saturday to reports of a number of people feeling unwell at a national metal detecting event…

“They had become unwell after ingesting an unknown substance.”

Mr Evan-Hart said the cakes were homemade, and had not been sold.

Police said the 13 people admitted to hospital, who came from various places across the country, were later discharged.