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All of the Miami Zombie Attack News You Need

Miami Zombie Attacker

The world’s buzzing after a drugged-up homeless man brutally attacked another homeless man in Miami. In case you haven’t heard, the attacker was found eating the other man’s face just like a zombie. We at like to take care of our readers, so here’s all of the news you need about this bats*** insane incident all in one place.

What Happened:
Here’s a report of the murder from

Rudy Eugene, 31, walking along the sidewalk and then stopping in a shaded area created by the tramway bridge. He apparently attacks the victim, dragging him out from the shade, stripping the victim’s clothes off and then beating him as the victim kicks his legs in an apparent attempt to fight back.

The attacker then spends several minutes crouched over the victim, including when a bicyclist rolls by on the sidewalk and a white sedan rolls very slowly past the scene.

Police said at least five of those passers-by called to the report the incident, according to the Miami Herald report accompanying the video.

When a patrol car arrives, the officer appears to draw his gun quickly, but the actual shooting is blocked by the tramway overpass.

The Victim:
Miami Zombie Attack Victim

The man who had his face chewed off Saturday afternoon is reportedly a homeless 65-year-old man named Ronald Poppo.

The Video:
If you have a strong stomach and a sick sense of curiosity, here’s the security video.

What the Hell Was This Guy On?
Police reports are claiming the ‘zombie attacker’ was high on bath salts. This is the name given to a new dangerous form of LSD that is obviously popular among insane and dangerous people.

Here’s an article on Bath Salts:

According to a CDC report of bath salt abusers in Michigan, users not only experience psychological side effects — there were physical ones too. In fact, 91 percent of users had neurological damage, while 77 percent experienced cardiovascular damage and 49 percent had psychological difficulties associated with the drug. Those difficulties could be severe: 37 percent of the people who suffered mental health problems reported attempting suicide or having suicidal thoughts, related to bath salts.

Who is the Attacker?
Rudy Eugene, a 31 year-old homeless man in Miami is the man who was chewing on his victim before police had to gun him down.

Here’s an article on his past.–face-chewer-called-quiet-boy-by-former-neighbor/

Here’s a report of the cannibal Rudy Eugene’s last hours before he ate another man’s face off.

I BELIEVE: CDC says there’s no zombie apocalypse coming.

Rick Grimes Zombie Walking Dead

There are a lot of ‘zombie-like’ attacks happening in this country. And when I say a lot, I mean that 1 zombie-like attack is way too many.

Remember the 1st Miami face-eating attack:

The Maryland cannibal attack; Maryland zombie eats brain:

And the recent but equally as disturbing story about the Texas zombie man who ate a dog alive:

The CDC, the Center for Disease Control (you might know them from real-life or TV’s The Walking Dead), released an official statement about the impending zombie apocalypse.

“CDC does not know of a virus or condition that would reanimate the dead (or one that would present zombie-like symptoms),” agency spokesperson David Daigle told The Huffington Post on Friday.

I’m not buying it.

Read more:

I BELIEVE: Bath Salts Infographic

Even though the CDC claims there’s no zombie apocalypse coming (but they’re still prepared for one if it does!), we’re all on edge after the bath salts-driven attacks. Now, I know you’re saying wait- the lab results revealed the Miami ‘zombie’ attacker only had pot in his system. Pot doesn’t make you eat someone’s face. It makes you eat a lot of Doritos. Also, Bath Salts don’t show up on a lot of drug tests.

We all know it’s Bath Salts. What are Bath Salts? Here’s an awesome infographic explaining all. People need to stop doing this stuff and then trying to eat people. Please.

Image Source: FloorGem Baltimore

Thank you to FloorGem for sending us this graphic.