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Evans, Chris - Hallucinating giant crabs



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Number of hallucinations: 1


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Radio 2 DJ Chris Evans faces police probe after admitting taking magic mushrooms and 'hallucinating about giant crabs'

Last updated at 12:21 26 March 2008

Radio 2 presenter Chris Evans could face a police investigation after boasting he was high on magic mushrooms at a rock concert - and filming his trippy experience on his phone.

The 41-year-old DJ took the Class A drugs at a Meat Loaf concert and took videos on his mobile - thinking the Albert Hall was "moving sideways on the back of a giant rock and roll crab".

Evans boasted of having whacky conversations with friends after taking the mind-altering substance on his web page.

But Evans could now be forced be investigated by police for taking magic mushrooms, which were made Class A in 2005.

Possessing the drug carries a maximum sentence of seven years in jail, or an unlimited fine.

Party-loving Evans, who plays golf with 60-year-old rock legend Meat Loaf, real name Marvin Lee Aday, admitted in his web diary today that he took the drugs at the Royal Albert Hall gig in October 2006.

In the blog entry on the BBC Radio 2 site, Chris Evans admits he was high on drugs at the Albert Hall gig after moaning about fans at a Led Zeppelin gig watching the entire concert through their mobile phones.

He said: "I have to admit I did take a photo of a gig via my phone once upon a time but only the once, I promise.

"It was a Meat Loaf concert two days before which I'd had rather more magic mushrooms than maybe I should have.

"I thought I was chronicling The Albert Hall moving sideways on the back of a giant rock and roll crab, something I didn't think the world should miss."

Radio 2 refused to comment about Evans' drug-taking.

Magic mushrooms have been reported as causing mental illness and making users take huge risks with their personal safety.

Trips can last for days, depending on the amount taken.

A pal of the DJ said: "Chris is known to like a drink and a good night out, but I don't think anyone realised he occasionally dabbles in mushrooms.

"I don't think he bothers that much with hallucinogens anymore."

A Met police spokeswoman said the force would investigate any reports of class A drug-taking.

A police source said: "Magic mushrooms are class A drugs and have been since 2005 when fresh ones were made illegal. If Chris Evans has admitted taking them after they were made Class A we will have to look into it."


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