In Scotland, a seagull stole a tongue bitten off from a man
The victim could not restore an important organ, as part of it was dragged away and eaten by a bird during the scuffle.
A resident of Edinburgh, during a fight with a man, bit off a significant part of his tongue, which was then stolen by a hungry seagull. This was reported on February 22 by Edinburgh News.
It is noted that the incident took place back in August 2019, but it only got publicity now, when the trial began.
On that day, James Mackenzie was walking along Leith Walk in the historic part of Edinburgh and unexpectedly ran into a 27-year-old unknown to him Bethany Ryan. A quarrel broke out between a man and a woman, which resulted in a scuffle.
According to the newspaper, at the moment when James wanted to hit Bethany, she pressed against him and kissed him passionately. Due to an unexpected maneuver, the man fell into a stupor, and the woman bit off a piece of his tongue and spat it out onto the pavement.
The situation was aggravated by the fact that part of the organ was immediately grabbed and eaten by a seagull.
As a result, Ryan was arrested, and Mackenzie went to the hospital. At the moment, the Edinburgh court is trying to sort out the story.
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