Dubbed the “Miami Zombie,” 31-year-old Rudy Eugene sadly has become the most talked about man in Miami since LeBron James made his "Decision."
The oddly bizarre story of Eugene is sad and shouldn’t be made light of, but the crazy aspect of how it happened continues to captivate people whose main question is, “Why did he do it?!"
The answer to that question is simple: it was the drugs. It’s being reported that Eugene was high on a new form of LSD, which comes in the form of bath salts. Coincidentally, both have been hot search terms since the unspeakable incident.
But what are bath salts? Apparently it’s the nickname for a type of designer drug that’s sold over the internet and can be found in gas stations and convenience stores. They come in pill form, powders, tablets and are snorted, injected or swallowed.
Many bath salts contain one of two psychoactive chemicals: MDPV aka mephedrone and 3, 4-Methylenedioxypyrovalerone and both are illegal in the United States since 2010, but the manufacturers have been known to modify the compounds, making them technically legal.
Either way, drugs that make you eat another person’s face are probably something you should stay away from.
But even the drugs we’re accustomed to can still turn you into zombie. You won’t exactly feast on homeless people, but the effects can leave you feeling like the undead.
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