Professor allegedly taught students how to cook ecstasy

Professor allegedly taught students how to cook ecstasy
Hand with ecstasy pills

(NEW YORK POST) — That’s one lesson nobody slept through.

A Japanese pharmaceutical professor in Shikoku was arrested after allegedly teaching some of his students how to concoct MDMA — commonly known as ecstasy — without a permit, according to The Japan Times.

Tatsunori Iwamura told authorities that his “Breaking Bad”-esque lab lessons — which happened twice between 2011 and 2017 — were done solely for the purpose of “learning.”

He also admitted he was fully aware that it was illegal.

According to Matsuyama University, Iwamura instructed four pupils and one associate professor on how to make the drug.

Japan’s Walter White reportedly pocketed the finished product and brought it home after the second session.

According to Japanese laws, researchers must obtain a specific license to produce narcotics for educational purposes.

Iwamura was cooking his molly with an expired license, according to the Japan Times.

“We sincerely apologize for causing major concern to students and their parents,” said Tatsuya Mizogami, president of Matsuyama University.

He stated that disciplinary action will be taken against Iwamura following a thorough investigation.

The university is currently considering ways to prevent similar incidents.


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