Teens Invent Straws That Can Detect Most Common Date Rape Drugs

(Inside Edition, May 22) Three Florida teens created a straw that will be able to detect date rape drugs.

The students, Victoria Roca, Susana Cappello, and Carolina Baigorri, attend Miami’s Gulliver Preparatory School.

“[The straw] has two test strips so if you put it into a drink, it will determine whether it’s drugged or not. If it is drugged, the strip will turn to a navy color,” Roca told InsideEdition.com.

The straw would be able to detect the popular date rape drugs roofies, liquid ecstasy, and Special K. Read more.