Skip to comments.Outrage as video of 'sick' prankster faking Zombie attacks in Miami
Posted on 06/04/2012 5:31:13 AM PDT by Jacvin
A video of a prank zombie attack going around the internet is being heavily criticized as both insensitive and dangerous after the recent cannibal attack of a homeless man in Miami.
The video shows a young man running around the streets pretending to be a zombie wearing a ripped, bloodied shirt, growling at people and scaring them away.
At the beginning of the footage, the screen says: 'On Saturday May 26, 2012, a naked man was chewing on the face of another naked man in downtown Miami.
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Time for the old tutorial again.
No more zombies.
Looks like there have been cannibal attacks in FL, TX and MD.
hahaha I never heard that song before
It’s all fun and games until the market is flooded with cheap imitation zombies.
This guy needs to watch Zombieland, especially the section with Bill Murray.
Exactly. About as smart as dressing up as Bigfoot and running around the woods during hunting season. Always check the back seat, and double tap.
“Aim for the head.”
This should be on the zombie ping list.
(mutters to self) I really didn't like the stupid movie. (/mutters)
I didn’t like Zombieland, either.
Hmmm. Let’s see.
Zombies have taken over the world.
One’s survival instincts should kick in.
RATHER THAN THAT...
We go to an amusement park.
I wanted to slap all four of those morons.
On the last Zombie thread, I said I would put Broccoli outside my house to keep them away since hardly anyone (but me), likes Broccoli.
Another Freeper suggested adding Brussels Sprouts to the Broccoli.
I bought some more preps today and no Zombie is getting my preps.
Oh thank goodness, I thought it was just me. Why on earth would you go to something, light it all up, and announce to the zombie... “hey over here... LUNCH!”
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