Rudy Eugene, the Florida man who was shot and killed near Miami Beach after police discovered him eating another man’s face in the nude on May 26, may have been high on an designer drug often called “bath salts” or “ivory wave.”
The victim is 65 year-old Ronald Poppo, whose bizarre case of has gone viral in every sense of the word. He is in critical condition and “unrecognizable” after the horrific events.
Eugene chewed off 80% percent of Poppo’s face, targeting his nose, ears, cheeks and eyes. People are calling him a “zombie” due to the fact that he continued biting after he was shot in the chest by the cops.
But what of this unusual synthetic psychoactive drug that he was speculated to be on? In its two forms, MDPV and mephedrone, it was once legal…
Now banned in all states and most European countries, it is highly controversial and has been linked to many deaths and ER visits. The effects are often compared to cocaine, LSD, and Ecstasy.
It is listed as causing euphoria, increase in heart rate, hallucinations, cravings and paranoia.
Click HEREif you want to view HIGHLY DISTURBING pictures (that could easily be effective in an anti-drug campaign) of what’s left of Ronald Poppo.
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