'Poison arrow plant found in English garden' (Independent, 7 August, 2010)
'Deadly tropical plant grows in Suffolk Garden' (Telegraph, 6 August, 2009)
'The deadly household plant that teens are using to get high - and kills hundreds each year' Daily Mail, (apparently encouraging young people to experiment!) 10 May, 2013
I wrote a blog on the subject recently (22 August, 2018) and I am tempted to add a little but, interesting though the plant is, there is only so much that can be said before readers nod off. Suffice it to say that it is still today (5 October, 2018) flourishing in the grounds of Northampton's General Hospital.
Despite alarmist headlines I suspect no one will be chomping on the plants and, even though they are on the edge of a busy car park, the odds are that no one has noticed them.
Thorn Apple showing the spiky fruit from which the plant gets its
common name. Northampton General Hospital. 5 October, 2018