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Aer Lingus Passenger Flips Out, Bites Fellow Passenger, Dies UPDATE

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http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/oct/19/man-24-dies-on-board-dublin-bound-aer-lingus-flight?CMP=twt_gu

Man dies on Aer Lingus flight after being restrained - reports

A man has died on board an Aer Lingus flight from Lisbon to Dublin after reportedly being restrained when he became agitated and bit a man, Irish police said.

Officers were investigating after the flight was diverted to Cork when the captain declared a “medical emergency”. According to an RTE report, the man became unwell and then fell unconscious after being restrained on the Sunday night flight.

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This is weird, a second person was taken to the hospital, too. I wonder what he died from. And why he bit the other person.

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I was thinking rabies myself.  :damned: With a little something else thrown in to make him die quickly.

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Looks like this mystery is solved! 

Man who died after biting passenger on Aer Lingus flight ‘had £41,000 of drugs in his stomach’

Read more: http://metro.co.uk/2015/10/20/man-who-died-after-biting-passenger-on-aer-lingus-flight-had-41000-of-drugs-in-his-stomach-5449773/#ixzz3p65G2iNK

 

Investigators have revealed that they found €56,000 (£41,000) of drugs inside a man who died after biting another passenger.

Named as Brazilian John Kennedy Santos Gurjao, 24, he had a violent seizure on the flight from Lisbon to Dublin on Sunday before he died.

The drugs – believed to be nearly 2lbs of cocaine in 80 pellets – were found inside his abdomen and a woman he was travelling with was arrested under the Drug Trafficking Act.

Police said they found amphetamine in the Portuguese woman’s luggage

Passengers described how he was being restrained by crew and passengers after becoming erratic when he bit one of them.

He then passed out and never regained consciousness.

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What a waste of coke! Were there hookers and politicians on the flight? Coulda been one helluva party.

 

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Looks like this mystery is solved! 

Man who died after biting passenger on Aer Lingus flight ‘had £41,000 of drugs in his stomach’

Read more: http://metro.co.uk/2015/10/20/man-who-died-after-biting-passenger-on-aer-lingus-flight-had-41000-of-drugs-in-his-stomach-5449773/#ixzz3p65G2iNK

 

Investigators have revealed that they found €56,000 (£41,000) of drugs inside a man who died after biting another passenger.

Named as Brazilian John Kennedy Santos Gurjao, 24, he had a violent seizure on the flight from Lisbon to Dublin on Sunday before he died.

The drugs – believed to be nearly 2lbs of cocaine in 80 pellets – were found inside his abdomen and a woman he was travelling with was arrested under the Drug Trafficking Act.

Police said they found amphetamine in the Portuguese woman’s luggage

Passengers described how he was being restrained by crew and passengers after becoming erratic when he bit one of them.

He then passed out and never regained consciousness.

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whats funny is when we spoke about this in chat when it broke what did i say? exactly! nailed it again ha

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Sigh, why couldn't it have been the start of the zombie apocalypse.

So, you believe their cover story? 

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If we do, it's because it's all we have. lol

athe www.zombie-guide.com, they have a world map of zombie attacks,  cases where people actually tried to eat other people in zombie like attacks.  There are a lot,  some are speculative like Roanoke,  most are modern. Just saying 

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