The U.S. Navy is going viral after releasing a new PSA about the dangers of bath salts.
The PSA's purpose is to discourage sailors from taking the designer drug, which has reportedly become a common issue for some servicemen.
The video is presented in first person, and puts you behind the eyes of a sailor who snorts some of the drug. The events that follow are being called by many of those who have viewed the PSA as "terrifying."
The sailor attacks his girlfriend, sees his roommate as a strange creature and eventually has a seizure in an emergency room.
Some critics are saying the video is "too" graphic. What do you think?
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