An extra strong batch of ecstasy tablets are circulating the island of Jersey.
Yellow and blue pills, stamped with the IKEA logo, have been described as "particularly strong" by the States of Jersey Police, according to the BBC.
The warning has been issued after some people have had to receive medical treatment after taking the pills.
A police statement reads: "Anyone who feels unwell after taking these tablets should seek urgent medical attention."
In March, Manchester police issued warnings about pink teddy bear pills that put four teenagers in hospital.
Read our feature on safe ecstasy use here.
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