This zombie stuff has to end in the news. Do you think that the stories are giving folks bad ideas to experiment with lethal drugs? The latest story is a little different from the others though because it doesn’t involve “bath salts” or human consumption.
Michael Terron Daniel went into a drug-fueled rampage June 14, in Waco, Texas, that was so bad that he asked authorities to tase him to bring him out of his “bad trip.” Authorities say that he was in some sort of “catatonic state” when they came to arrest him, according to the Daily Mail.
The man lost it and began running around chasing folks and growling when the police was called in to get him under control. He chased a neighbor and stopped somewhere along the way to bark at a dog and then eat the dog. When police arrived the dog was laying on his lap and he had fur and blood on his mouth.
But the report confirms that “bath salts” were not a part of this crazy rant. The drug K-2–which is also referred to as “spice,” and sprayed with a synthetic THC solution (active ingredient in marijuana)–was the culprit. But while side effects from the drug include “paranoia, panic attacks, giddiness”, rarely does violence show up in the user.
His rampage may garner him little to no penalty though:
Daniel was arrested on Monday at the Waco store where he worked and was charged with cruelty to a non-livestock animal, a felony. His housemates declined to press assault charges against him.
As usual, the dog gets justice.
Read more here.