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Louisiana ‘Cannibal’ Bites ‘Chunk’ of Neighbor’s Face

Carl Jacquneaux
(Credit: Village Voice)

A Louisiana man allegedly bit the face of his neighbor while under the influence of “some kind of drug.”

The latest “cannibal” to hit the scene is 43-year-old Carl Jacquneaux, of Lafayette Parish, Louisiana, who reportedly took a chunk out of his victim’s face.

Jacquneaux wasn’t asking for some sugar when he went to his neighbor’s house. Instead, the “Louisiana Cannibal’ started a fight with neighbor, Todd Credeur, over a “domestic issue,” according to several local reports.

While the two were grappling, Jacquneaux upped the ante when he gnawed “a chunk” of Credeur’s face, the Village Voice reported.

Good thing Credeur has wasp spray handy, he was able to fight off his deranged neighbor and disable him with the spray.

After the spraying, Jacquneaux scurried off and went to his friend’s house. There, he held his friend at knife-point so Jacquneaux would be able steal his gun, the Village Voice said.

Luckily police were able to track Jacquneaux at the friend’s home where they then took him into custody.

The Louisiana man allegedly gnawing on his neighbor’s face is the seventh story to hit national news in two weeks.

Since the “Zombie apocalypse” is on everyone’s minds, the Centers for Disease Control even issued a statement last week saying the “CDC does not know of a virus or condition that would reanimate the dead (or one that would present zombie-like symptoms).”

Whew. So in other words, don’t board up your homes and load your shotguns just yet.

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