Grab the family, load up on supplies, and HEAD FOR THE HILLS!
Well, we might not need to go to those extremes just yet, but it sure doesn’t seem that far off when a story like the one below comes out!
A man in Miami, naked, and high on “bath salts” (a horrific new drug) left behind a gruesome scene just off of one of Miami’s major highways on Saturday.
The 31-year old man, Rudy Eugene of Miami, attacked another man in a very animal-like fashion while in a ‘zombie-like’ state under the influence of this terrible drug which, ended in Rudy tearing into the other man’s face with his mouth, then literally, eating the pieces of flesh he pulled off.
If this isn’t a sign of the Zombie Apocalypse, I don’t know what is. This new drug known as “bath salts” is gaining in popularity all over the world and gruesome stories like this are coming out more often than ever.
Please people, drugs are not ok, in any form at all.
You’ll never know the beauty of this world when your mind is clouded with foreign substances. Stay on the straight and narrow and enjoy the world for all it has to offer.
Life is beautiful, you are beautiful, remember that.
A naked man who chewed off the face of another man in what is being called a zombie-like attack may have been under the influence of “bath salts,” a drug referred to as the new LSD, according to reports from CNN affiliates in Miami.
The horrific attack occurred Saturday and was only stopped after a police officer shot the attacker several times, killing him.
Larry Vega witnessed the attack on Miami’s MacArthur Causeway. He told CNN affiliate WSVN he saw one naked man chewing off the face of another naked man.
“The guy was like tearing him to pieces with his mouth, so I told him, ‘Get off!’” Vega told WSVN. “You know it’s like the guy just kept eating the other guy away, like ripping his skin.”
“When the officer approached him, told him to stop, pointed a gun at him, he turned around and growled like a wild animal and kept eating at the man’s face,” Fraternal Order of Police President Armando Aguilar told CNN affiliate WPLG.
Read more at news.blogs.cnn.com