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Texas Man Arrested, After Eating Family Pet

June 29, 2012  | 

A 22-year-old Texas man has been charged with cruelty to non-livestock animals for attacking and partially eating a family pet, after taking synthetic marijuana known as K-2.

Waco Police officers arrested Michael Terron Daniel on June 14. He apparently claimed to be on the drug. He chased a neighbor while barking and growling like a dog. He then attacked a family dog, which he beat, strangled and then started to eat, reports KWTX.

The medium-sized black dog died at the scene.

Related:

Feds To Regulate Synthetic Marijuana Drugs


Comments (6)

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Michael Martin @ 7/3/2012 1:17 AM

wow wat retard would eat a dog i mean come on

Mike @ 7/3/2012 3:37 AM

Probably the same retard that keeps voting to leagalize Marijuana/drugs. Maybe, he had a bad case of Glacoma and his "doctor" perscribed it to him. :) And maybe he couldn't see the dog and thought the dog was a steak. You see it's not the retards fault, nothing ever is. The dog should have done a better job of identifying itself. Give the guy a break, at least he didn't eat his friend's face off. Man, cops can be so mean sometimes!

Greg @ 7/3/2012 4:16 AM

Now C'mon, he's probably a good Democrat and since his Dear Leader Obama snacked on dogs, it must have seemed a good way to show solidarity. Tastes like chicken!

nbiu @ 7/4/2012 12:47 AM

This is what smoking pot or synthetic pot will do to you. People that take LSD think they can fly and jump out of buildings all the time. It's time to go door to door and give everyone in the country a drug test and lock up those that fail in supermax prisons to keep our communities safe. Potheads and drug pushers need to be put in solitary confinement, so our kids and pets can remain safe. I drink heavily everyday, but it is legal, so it is safe and acceptable. I can't stand criminal potheads, they make me sick.

Rich @ 7/10/2012 9:27 PM

Please, can't there be a way to filter the ridulous submissions such as nbiu and mike, this just cheapens our professional site and educated comments to read ..not be obsurd.

aliyahh @ 9/5/2012 8:22 AM

Ya'll didnt know him so dont talk mess, if u dont even know how the situation went

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