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At one point, the sitting inmate falls to the ground, as one prisoner is heard exclaiming: 'You f***** it up!
' The clip follows a warning earlier this month by Dr George Ryan of Public Health England, who blamed an explosion of violence in prison on the use of the drug.
The highly addictive drug can leave users in a 'zombie-like' state or trigger psychotic episodes.
Spice is attractive to prisoners because it is cheap and was previously hard to detect – effective tests have only recently been developed.
Two inmates have been filmed in a zombie-like trance after allegedly taking the drug spice in jail.
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Two of the deaths were murders, while 56 were caused by prisoners fatally injuring themselves while high on the drug.
Earlier this year, the prisons ombudsman, Nigel Newcomen, described the drugs as 'a scourge in prison'.
'We have a zero tolerance approach to drugs in prisons and are taking unprecedented action to tackle them.
Those who break the rules will be punished and can face extra time behind bars.