Check out this funny, viral video of two California Conservation workers teaching their ‘country boss’ how to dance. But little do the workers know, their so-called awkward boss, John Griffith, has some pretty good dance moves of his own.
Check out this video of a prankster who dressed up as a zombie with a bloody shirt, and went around an urban area of Miami scaring unsuspecting residents.
He and his friends recorded the phony attacks, and posted the hilarious video on YouTube, where it has been viewed more than a million times.
In the video, a young man is seen wandering around the streets in a bloody shirt, and sneaking up on unsuspecting people.
The fake zombie sneaks up on unsuspecting people, and chases them around while growling and flailing his arms.
Most of the “victims” flee in the other direction, but a couple of them decide to fight back. One victim appears to brandish a firearm, and another turns the tables by chasing his attacker.
Yes, this prank is a bit insensitive, considering the brutality of the Miami cannibal incident. On the Saturday before Memorial Day, a homeless man, Ronald Poppo, was attacked by Rudy Eugene, who tried to eat his face off.
Could these latest cannibal attacks stem from “bath salts?” Reports and experts are saying that this legal drug can cause a phenomenon said to make a person act like a wild animal.
ABC NEWS reports:
Miami police suspect that what caused a 31-year-old man to rip off his clothes and viciously gnaw on the face of another man in a daylight attack on a busy highway is a new and extremely dangerous street drug known as “bath salts.”
A Miami police officer shot Rudy Eugene Saturday after repeated pleas for him stop eating another man’s face. His demands were met with only growls. Eugene continued, and it took four bullets to kill and finally stop him as witnesses watched in horror.
Police have not officially connected Eugene’s behavior to “bath salts,” but experts say he was exhibiting the classic signs of someone high on the drug.
Armando Aguilar, president of the Miami Fraternal Order of police, who has been in contact with the officer who killed Eugene, says the similarities between this and other recent cases involving “bath salts” are striking.
“The cases are similar minus a man eating another. People taking off their clothes. People suddenly have super human strength,” says Aguilar. “They become violent and they are burning up for the inside. Their organs are reaching a level that most would die. By the time police approach them they are a walking dead person.”