Skip to comments.'I'm a eat you': Crazed naked man high on bath salts threatens to eat police officers as they try to
Posted on 07/03/2012 12:06:58 PM PDT by null and void
Newest 'cannibal': Karl Laventure apparently told police he wanted to eat their faces
Laventure appeared out of some woods and was seen running naked around a golf range near Atlanta, swinging a club around his head and screaming.
At first, they tried using pepper spray to stop him, but that left him undeterred.
'He didn't even wipe his eyes, he just kept them open,'
They then turned to their Tasers and though that momentarily shocked Laventure to the ground, it did not stop him.
Trouble: It took several police officers a significant amount of effort to subdue Karl Laventure when he was allegedly high on bathsalts
'We had to Tase him approximately five more times on scene to get him down. It took several officers to hold him down to get him cuffed,'
He was still talking gibberish, cussing, saying he wanted to eat us, other people
The video shows him talking about the deceased rappers Biggie and Tupac, making animal sounds, and continuing to threaten the police officers.
Strong: Police sprayed him with pepper spray and shocked him with a taser five times before they were able to get him on the ground
Interrupted: Witnesses saw a naked Laventure running around the Atlanta Golf Center on June 14 'making animal noises'
Among other things he said "I'm'a eat you. I'll eat you, I don't want to eat you but I will,"
Though they controlled him enough to force him to a nearby hospital, he attacked one of the nurses on the scene and another fight ensued.
There have been a number of 'cannibal' incidents linked to bath salts in recent weeks.
Bath salts, a synthetic amphetamine cocktail known as 'the new LSD'
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Glad to hear it.
No complaints here. Well, maybe some, but who cares? ;-)
Do any of you Tweet? I do a bit, and I sometimes wonder if it wouldn’t be quicker to chat through twitter, than wait for the FR servers. It could free up the servers for important, political threads.
What’s going on?
late to the thread...the expanding cake is the best!!
Well, that explains the grimace, and the funny walk...
I established a Twitter account to follow some hilarious activity involving Obungle. Otherwise, I don’t go there. If you establish a reason, I’ll go.
I don’t tweet, I also don’t has a book made from a face.
Social media thingies I stay away from.
Mr. Zuckerburg and his privacy ‘tweaks’ concern me enough to stay far away from his baby.
So I stay away from all of them.
Hey, how was I to know the dimensional breach was actually part of a larger entity?
It’s a mistake anyone could make.
It kept the transdimensional baddies out though.
Soo I guess it worked out alright?
Anything that keeps the transdimensional baddies out is a win. We have enough problems of our own.
For instance, I keep dropping eggs.
You aren’t dropping them, the floor is stealing them.
I think Ash is making me do it - she gets to clean up when I’ve dropped an egg (or four).
Now THAT is a retired greyhound.
Ash put the capital R in Retired.
DP and I were pushing Kathleen around the block last night, and we met a family with a couple of strollers and an “Italian greyhound.” It was about half the size of Ash, and not retired.
Meaning it was trying to do the warp speed thing all over?
I was sorry to hear about the Meatloaf Disaster. I suppose it’s beyond recovering?...
You’re not dropping eggs: you’re conducting Gravity Checks in various parts of the kitchen. *snirt*
I think so.
It came through the DarkFAX and promptly ploaded.
*hissed, puffed up like a toad and then exploded.
It has been scraped off the surfaces in here and used in horrible experiments.
Wellden...The DarkFAX Meatloaf Disaster shall be in the annals of The Unexplained Food Attacks forevermore.
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