I’m Jesus, naked man told cops
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.