Drugs Found at Tesla Gigafactory, Police Reports

Police found drugs at Tesla Gigafactory, which may led to the design of the new Cybertruck.

Well, I'm sure you remember the time Elon Musk smoked a blunt on Joe Rogan's podcast and it went completely viral. 

After this, it caused a kind of trouble for him and his companies, SpaceX and Tesla. So, he apologized in a mass email to SpaceX employees, saying "SpaceX maintains a drug-free workplace."

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Turns out, it really isn't. The Tesla Gigafactory in Nevada was found out to be not drug-free at all. 

According to the reports obtained from police in Storey County, Nevada, the work-space of Gigafactory is actually full of drugs such as meth, heroin, and cocaine left open by workers.

Drugs Found at Tesla Gigafactory, Police Reports
Tesla Gigafactory in Sparks, Nevada, Source: felixmizioznikov/iStock

Police found a white rock substance in a clear plastic container on the warehouse floor and tested the substance only to find out that it was cocaine. 

Another thing police found was a small brown square in a greenish cellophane bag. It was titled "Possible Heroin," by one report. 

Also, drugs aren't the only thing that Tesla is accused of having. A report says that a Tesla commercial truck hit a horse and injured the animal so badly that an officer had to kill it with a shotgun. 

Well, Tesla and SpaceX have crazily advanced technologies that may lead us to think they can't be done with a sober mind. But is it ethical or safe, that's the most significant point. 

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