POLICE are again warning the public about the dangers of taking illicit drugs after a number of incidents over the weekend in Adelaide.
At about 4.55am Sunday an 18-year-old woman was found semi-conscious in Hindley St outside a nightclub.
She was taken to the Royal Adelaide Hospital by ambulance, where she told police she had taken four grey "MTV" ecstasy tablets shortly before she collapsed in Hindley St.
About an hour later police attended a disturbance on Hindley St, where a man had collapsed.
Witnesses told police the man had consumed an ecstasy tablet described as a "Yellow Ferrari" and he was also taken to the RAH for treatment.
As a result of information received regarding these incidents, Eastern Adelaide CIB are conducting further enquiries into several other reports of medical treatment being required as a result of adverse reaction to drug consumption.
Police reiterate the dangers associated with taking illicit drugs - you don't know what you are taking and you're gambling with your life.
Investigations into the incidents are continuing and police will continue to target patrons and venues within the CBD in an effort to stamp out this type of offending and to reduce community harm from illicit drugs.
Anyone with information in relation to these incidents or any illicit drugs is asked to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or online at www.sa.crimestoppers.com.au.