Autopsy Reveals No Human Flesh in "Miami Cannibal's" Stomach

Autopsy Reveals No Human Flesh in "Miami Cannibal's" Stomach

Autopsy results from Rudy Eugene, known across the nation as the "Miami Cannibal," have finally returned. A few undingested pills were found in his stomach, but, surprisingly, there was no human flesh.

Eugene was shot to death by police after ripping the flesh from 65-year-old Ronald Poppo's face, including his nose, mouth and eyes over Memorial Day weekend. Eugene was reportedly under the influence of the hallucinogenic drug "bath salts," which send users into a rapid, paranoid and nearly invulnerable frenzy. 

While there was no flesh found in Eugene's stomach, the Miami Herald reports that there was some discovered between his teeth.

Eugene's autopsy report has not been released to the public yet, and it will still take a few weeks to identify the pills found in his stomach. Meanwhile, Poppo remains in stable condition at a hospital where he's undergone some skin grafts.

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[via Daily Mail UK]

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