Heroin dealers furious that logo has been stolen by British Legion


Leading heroin companies have been left frustrated that their industry motif has been hijacked by The Royal British Legion.

Local scag dealer, Peter Thape is threatening legal action against the military, who are using the trademark without permission.

Thape maintains that the poppy symbol acts as a kite mark within the highly competitive industry of prostitute supplies.

‘The overuse of the poppy symbol is threatening the safety of our industry,’ said Thape.

‘Clients depend on the high quality of our product,’ added Thape.