Drug Testing for Music Festival's?
The third drug death at a NSW music festival in as many months has sparked renewed calls to introduce controversial pill testing kits inside festival grounds.
Pharmacist Sylvia Choi, 25, died after taking ecstasy at Sydney's Stereosonic Festival on Saturday.
At least 130 people were treated for overdoses at the festival and 69 charged with drug supply and possession offences.
Australian drug researcher David Caldicott said testing drugs on site would wake young people up to their grave dangers.
He said more than two-thirds of people refused to take a drug if something other than ecstasy was found in the tablet.