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Rudy Eugene
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    (February 4, 1981-May 26, 2012)
    Born in Miami, Florida
    Attacked a homeless man, Ronald Poppo, on the MacArthur Causeway in Miami, Florida
    Fatally shot by police when he refused to cease his assault
    Nicknamed the Miami Zombie and Causeway Cannibal
    He was arrested eight times, starting at age 16.
    He was arrested for assault for smashing items around the house, pushing his mother out of the kitchen, and threatening 'I'll put a gun to your head and kill you.' (2004)
    His wife divorced him, citing domestic violence as the reason (2008).
    He stripped naked before the attack and removed Poppo's pants after beating him unconscious.
    When a police officer ordered him to stop the attack, he growled at the officer, then resumed biting his victim.
    He chewed off 75% of Poppo's face above his beard and gouged out his left eye.
    The attack followed several similar bizarre events resulting in 'zombie apocalypse' becoming one of the top-trending search terms on Google.
    The police blamed the attack on a drug called 'bath salts' -- clearly an attempt to avoid zombie-inspired panic.
    The Centers for Disease Control declared that there was no zombie outbreak, which is exactly what they would say if they were covering up a zombie outbreak.
    It turns out that Jonathan Coulton's song 'Re: Your Brains' was wrong: some zombies are unreasonable and will eat your eyes.
    His girlfriend said he was 'sweet and well-mannered.'
    His victim survived the attack (but required extensive reconstructive surgery).
    Until the attack, members of Poppo's family had not heard from him in 30 years and believed he was dead. (Although as a way of discovering a missing relative is alive, 'He just had his face eaten off' has to be one of the least desirable ever.)
    No one shot Zombie Boy as a precautionary measure, so the effort to keep the public from panicking worked.

Credit: C. Fishel

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