Skip to comments.Metairie man says stranger chewed, swallowed after taking bite out of his arm
Posted on 04/14/2009 9:35:04 AM PDT by Ellendra
A Metairie resident is recovering after a stranger bit a chunk of flesh out of his arm and swallowed it Saturday afternoon.
Joseph Lancellotti, 67, told authorities he did not know the suspect, later identified as Mario Vargas, 48, or why he was attacked in his front yard.
Lancellotti was gardening at his home in the 4400 block of Kawanee Avenue about 2 p.m. when he noticed a man walking toward his house, shouting angrily, the report said. Lancellotti said he couldn't understand the man because he was yelling in Spanish. But when the man got within two feet, he slugged Lancellotti in the head, the report said.
Lancellotti said he tried to defend himself with a garden rake. As the men struggled over the rake, the stranger bent over and bit Lancellotti on his right forearm, the report said. Lancellotti's flesh ripped away as he fell to the ground. The man then got on top of Lancellotti and began choking him, the report said.
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Probably just some resident evil in the guy.
Doesn’t matter - if he belongs to the same raza as Cecilia Munoz (WH head of “immigration” policy), he’ll be put on a fast track to citizenship.
Only one way to kill a flesh eating zombie.
Class 1 This is a low level outbreak, usually in a third world country or first world rural area. The number of zombies in this class of outbreak ranges between one and twenty. Total human casualties (including those infected ) range from one to fifty. The total duration, from the first case to the last (known) will range between twenty four hours and fourteen days. The infested area will be small, no larger than a twenty mile radius. In many cases, natural boundaries will determine its limits. Response will be light, either civilian or with some additional help from local law enforcement. Media coverage will be light, if present at all. If the media is present, Look for common stories like "homocides" or "accidents". This is the most common type of outbreak and also the easiest to go unnoticed.
“The man then got on top of Lancellotti and began choking him, the report said.”
Now, this could be hugh & series: these undead may be a `fast’ zombie strain!
(Dealing with slow zombies, no sweat: like shooting cats off grandma’s sofa ...)
Maybe Heinken Man had a case of the munchies?
Zombies? Nah, sounds like a PCP freak.
Our diversity is our greatest strength.
Hope they check the guy for rabies.
There is no reliable test for Solanum.
Classic zombie behavior! Grab your machetes!!
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