A man in the U.S. Cut Open His Intestines and Threw them at the Police
Wayne Carter, 43, started cutting in front of two police officers who came to his home
In New Jersey, in the United States, a man cut his bowels and threw them to two policemen, reports NBC New York.
Wayne Carter, 43, allegedly barricaded himself in his home last Sunday. Police received a call from a witness who said that man was threatening to hurt himself with a knife. Two police officers responded to the call, and arrived at the home of Carter and by forcing the door, found him in a corner with a knife.
According to police statements, Carter ignored orders to leave the pan and began stabbing the belly, neck and legs. Attempts to calm him with pepper spray did not work: instead of calming him, the man started throwing pieces of his body at the officers.
Only a police team of Special Operations ( SWAT ) managed to restrain him to the hospital, where he remains in critical condition. It is believed that drugs or mental illness could have caused this incident, but those details have not yet been confirmed.
It is not known what happened to the intestines--but it is hoped that there were no dogs or cats in the immediate location.