"Once the drug test came back positive, I knew the contact visit wouldn't go ahead. He [her husband] was angry. He hadn't done anything wrong, and neither had I. I didn't even know what Ketamine was until they [the guards] told me."
This dress, belonging to a mother of two, tested positive for Ketamine during a routine drug swab before visitation. It was bought a few days prior to a visit with her husband at a prison near Brisbane, Australia.
Despite insisting that she had not come in contact with (or even knew of) the drug, the positive drug test meant that she would not be allowed to have a contact visit with her husband and would instead have to visit behind glass or a 'box visit' as it is commonly referred to. Further, this record of a positive drug test would be attached to her visitor file along with her picture for future reference