Back in the 90s, the DARE program made a big point about how hallucinogenic drugs cause people to jump out the window because they think they can fly, or similar things. Various other sources (such as frequent drug users) claim that the reality is that when people are hallucinating such things they aren't prone to try to make this happen in reality; this article on LSD fact and fiction claims outright that there have been no cases of LSD-induced aeronautics.
My various websearches on this matter do find a handful of articles about people allegedly attempting to jump out the window due to drug use, but it isn't clear that this isn't a case of confirmation bias, and a handful of articles are of course not proof of a systemic problem.
Are there any actual statistics that indicate the rate of self-inflicted defenestration as a result of drug use? In particular, how many out-of-a-window falls are due to confirmed drug use and hallucinations vs., say, it turning out that a roommate or spouse decided to throw them out with LSD as a cover story? And of course, any statistics on how many people attempt to jump out of the window compared to how many times they use hallucinogens are probably hard to come by (or even measure).