How Not To Pass A Drug Test An Ohio woman borrowed urine from someone else in an attempt to pass a drug test. It was a problem though, because according to WTOV, the other urine tested positive for drugs.
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An Ohio woman borrowed urine from someone else in an attempt to pass a drug test. It was a problem though, because according to WTOV, the other urine tested positive for drugs.

STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep. Give an Ohio woman credit for trying. She faced a drug test - you know, with a urine sample. And, according to WTOV TV, she borrowed a urine sample from someone else. That's a crime. And what made it worse for the suspect is that the substitute sample tested positive for drugs. You know the old saying, friends don't let friends drive drunk. We need a new saying - friends don't let friends take their tainted samples. You're listening to MORNING EDITION.

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