No Flesh in Miami Cannibal’s Stomach

    MIAMI, FL - MAY 31: In this handout image provided by the Miami Dade Police Departmentn shows Rudy Eugene, the man who was shot dead by police as he ate the face of a homeless man during Memorial Day weekend in Miami. The victim Ronald Poppo is recovering in Jackson Memorial Hospital after Eugene, 31, who is believed to have been under the influence of drugs, set about eating approximately 80% of Poppo's face in broad daylight before being shot dead by police. (Photo by Miami Beach Police Department via Getty Images)

    Miami Beach Police Department via Getty Images

    An autopsy failed to find human flesh in the stomach of Miami “cannibal” Rudy Eugene’s stomach, according a report in The Miami Herald. Undigested pills were found in his stomach but haven’t been identified; many have speculated that he was under the influence of bath salts. Eugene was shot and killed by police after being caught chewing the face off a homeless man. The autopsy did find flesh lodged between his teeth and the crime-scene investigation showed chunks of flesh on the ground as if they had been spit out.

    Read it at The Miami Herald