Passport

Friday Photo: The effects of cocaine on Dutch agriculture

    A cocaine-addled driver led Dutch police on a wild chase through a cornfield in Dussen, Netherlands. According to the AP, he crashed through a fence, knocked over two apple trees and zig-zagged through the field—destroying four police cars in the process—before crashing into a ditch.

600862_cornfield.preview5.jpg

 

 

A cocaine-addled driver led Dutch police on a wild chase through a cornfield in Dussen, Netherlands. According to the AP, he crashed through a fence, knocked over two apple trees and zig-zagged through the field—destroying four police cars in the process—before crashing into a ditch.

 

 

A cocaine-addled driver led Dutch police on a wild chase through a cornfield in Dussen, Netherlands. According to the AP, he crashed through a fence, knocked over two apple trees and zig-zagged through the field—destroying four police cars in the process—before crashing into a ditch.

Sam duPont is a Master's candidate at Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School and focused his capstone research on transitional democracies and elections in fragile states.

More from Foreign Policy

An illustration of a captain's hat with a 1980s era Pepsi logo and USSR and U.S. flag pins.

The Doomed Voyage of Pepsi’s Soviet Navy

A three-decade dream of communist markets ended in the scrapyard.

Demonstrators with CASA in Action and Service Employees International Union 32BJ march against the Trump administration’s immigration policies in Washington on May 1, 2017.

Unionization Can End America’s Supply Chain Crisis

Allowing workers to organize would protect and empower undocumented immigrants critical to the U.S. economy.

The downtown district of Wilmington, Delaware, is seen on Aug. 19, 2016.

How Delaware Became the World’s Biggest Offshore Haven

Kleptocrats, criminals, and con artists have all parked their illicit gains in the state.