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Naked man eats his feces and spits it at police officers

By Mason White 3:27 PM July 26, 2017
Scene of the incident
Scene of the incident
By: Emily Lewis

Police officers were horrified to confront a man who ate his own feces and spit it at them, according to police in Virginia.

The Richmond Police Department said that officers arrested the man for an outstanding arrest warrant, but things took a turn real fast on the freeway.

It all began when the officers responded to the North Richmond area on a report of a possible wanted person.

After receiving the description of the person wanted on an arrest warrant, officers checked the area and detained the described person.

During the initial detention, the suspect provided the officer with a false name and there was an arrest warrant for the person with the name he provided.

When the suspect realized that he was about to be arrested for that warrant, he provided officers with his real identity, but there was an arrest warrant for him too.

The suspect was taken into custody for the warrant and for false impersonation.

At the police department, officers learned that the suspect was also on parole.

During the booking process at the station, the suspect became uncooperative and combative with officers.

Due to his combative state, the decision was made to drive the suspect to county jail in Martinez.

Officers placed the suspect in the back seat of the police car and drove onto I-80 eastbound.

As soon as they were on I-80, the suspect slipped his cuffed hands from the back to the front, undressed, and pushed his clothes through the window and out onto the freeway.

When the officers realized the suspect was throwing his clothes out of the police car, they also saw that he had just defecated, started to eat his feces and spat it at the officers.

The officers immediately pulled over on I-80 and asked for assistance.

Additional officers arrived and they shut down the freeway to ensure safety to the officers and the suspect.

No injuries were sustained in this incident and the involved officers were cleared of any biohazards.

The man is facing charges of robbery, carjacking, and being a felon in possession of a firearm.

He was booked into jail, and his bail has been set at $370,000.