I’m Je­sus, naked man told cops

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get back on my feet, so to speak, drove me back to pick it up. She doesn’t know I ate it, though.

“I went in­side and the hos­pi­tal gave me my foot in a red plastic biowaste bag. I brought it to the car and put it in a cooler.

“I got back to my place and froze it. I couldn’t find a taxi­der­mist who would take me se­ri­ously and freeze- dry­ing was too ex­pen­sive.

“It would have been £ 900 to freeze dry the thing – if I had the money, I would have done it.

“When we got back to my house, I took the foot out, and it was cov­ered in blood and io­dine.

“But af­ter I cleaned it up, I was sur­prised by how well- pre­served it was.

“I cut a chunk off the top of the shin. The skin was al­ready off from the surgery, leav­ing a big chunk of mus­cle ex­posed.

“I took the mus­cle and put it in SHOE- VELLE CUI­SINE: Dave and a group of pals ate his cooked foot with tor­tillas SHIN OF BEEFY: Sev­ered leg was cleaned up then frozen a plastic bag and froze it.

“I in­vited 11 peo­ple round. I said some­thing like, ‘ Re­mem­ber how we al­ways talked about how, if we ever had the chance to eth­i­cally eat hu­man meat, would you do it? Well, I’m call­ing you on that. We do­ing this or what?’

“And 10 of them said ‘ yes’. I guess we’re a pretty weird group.”

The foot was then mar­i­nated overnight and cooked with onions, pep­pers, salt, pep­per and lime.

It was later served to the group on tor­tillas with a tomato sauce.

Dave re­called: “It had a very pro­nounced, beefy flavour to it. The mus­cle I cut was tough and chewy. It tasted good, but the ex­pe­ri­ence wasn’t the best.”

Rat­ing the meal a solid 6.5 out of 10, he added: “It tasted like buf­falo, but chewier. Su­per beefy and not much fat.” A MAN found ly­ing NAKED on the back lawn of a house told cops he was Je­sus.

The Magof­fin County Sher­iff’s Depart­ment in Ken­tucky re­ceived calls of a naked man be­hind some­one’s house.

When cops ar­rived, they found the man ly­ing in the grass.

The man re­fused to tell of­fi­cials his name but did say he was ‘ maybe Je­sus’.

Af­ter be­ing taken to the Big Sandy Re­gional De­ten­tion Cen­ter, the man ad­mit­ted his name was Austin John­son.

John­son ( above) was charged with bur­glary, in­de­cent ex­po­sure, crim­i­nal tres­pass­ing, crim­i­nal mis­chief, pub­lic in­tox­i­ca­tion and giv­ing po­lice false iden­ti­fy­ing in­for­ma­tion.

A po­lice source said: “Time was, in these parts, a man falsely and blas­phe­mously claim­ing to be Christ Our Saviour would have been taken to the swamp and drowned.” TO build a real Death Star would cost £ 850 bil­lion.

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