Bath salts user bites cop car
A MAN high on BATH SALTS bit a police car bonnet leaving teeth marks, scraping off the paint and causing £400 worth of damage.
Cops responded after Eric Scott, 47, was reported knocking on doors asking for medical help and when they arrived he asked them to SHOOT him, police said.
Scott had allegedly been asking neighbours to call 911 with blood pouring from his nose.
When police handcuffed Scott as they waited for medical help they said he started scraping his teeth across the car.
He was taken to hospital in Milton, Florida, where he continued asking cops and doctors to kill him. He was later released but could face charges.
Bath salts, which induce violent outbursts, were banned by U.S. drug officials last October.