The terrifying spate of ‘cannibal attacks’ have spread to China after they had infected enough in Miami. In a recently reported case a drunken bus driver was caught on camera gnawing at a woman’s face in a horrific attack.
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Local news sources have reported that the driver, named Dong had been drinking heavily with his friends before the outburst. Unfortunately, the victim will have to undergo a plastic surgery to repair the damage she has suffered at the hands of the crazy attacker.
The incident took place in the city of Wenzhou, in south-east China, when the drunk driven stood in front of the car being driven by a woman named Du, stopping her from moving. Panic-stricken woman began to scream for help.
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She ran out of the car, but the bus driver leaped onto her and wrestled her to the ground. Dong then started to bite Du’s face, leaving her covered in blood as passers-by tried to pull the attacker off. Dong was finally taken into police custody brining the rampage to an end.
Another incident of even greater disgust and horror took place a couple of days ago when a Texas man named Michael Daniel high on marijuana ate his family dog. He was arrested for eating his family’s nearly 40-pound pooch. According to sources, Daniel allegedly was on his hands and knees and chased a neighbor while growling and barking like a dog.
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His neighbors who were watching his deranged behavior said that Michael first turned to his black dog that was sitting on the porch. He began to beat and strangle his dog. After some time when the pup was severely injured, Michael began to eat it. According to Waco Police Sgt. Patrick Swanton he "began to bite into the dog, ripping pieces of his flesh away." Marijuana which is a psychoactive drug can be bought legally. The drug gives the user a quick high, but at the same time also triggers paranoia and anxiety. In the case of Michael, it made him psychotic enough to strangle and eat his own dog.
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