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No, dogs don't eat dead flesh, unless it is fresh one. Their teeth are made for harder meat.
The woman with the transplanted face-she was eaten by her dog while she was sleeping, after taking sleeping pills.
D: *shiver* That's so creepy to think about!!
 
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WARNING: GROSS STORY FOLLOWS
Reminds me of the story of a homeless man found dead in his shelter near the Sumida River a few years ago. He wasn't discovered for a few days. Since he was homeless and unemployed, it took a while for anyone to miss him. And since he lived in an area with lots of those little blue shelters, it took a few days for the unique odor of rotting human flesh to rise above the other various smells.
When he was found, he was naked from the waist down and there was extensive damage to his groin. A large amount of flesh was missing from that area. Just gone. Disappeared.
Police suspected that he had been murdered by a pervert who had mutilated the body, removing the genitals and some of the surrounding flesh. Since such a psychopath could reasonably be expected to commit a similar crime again, they feared they might be looking at the first efforts of a potential serial killer. Naturally, they didn't look forward to either the crimes, the publicity that would surround them, or the huge investigative effort that they would have to mount.
Fortunately for them, the pervert was soon identified.
The pervert was the victim himself.
It seems there were lots of stray cats in the area. With the resourcefulness many unfortunate homeless souls display in their struggle to stay alive, he had learned to put the stray cats to use. He ate canned tuna and smeared the leftover oil on his John Thomas to entice the cats to give him a tongue job.
The last time he did it, though, he had a heart attack and died. It wasn't long before the cats decided he would make a good source of meat protein. From habit and from the smell of the tuna oil, they concentrated their efforts in his groin area. They managed to eat away a pretty good bit before the man was discovered.
Now that is sick. But that still is not as bad as the baby sitter stories where they get a man to use his "manhood" instead of a pacifier to feed the baby girl milk, offering instead his own "nutrients". Now this was way too much, and if it is just to a stray cat, I figure it is just the man's own business, performing a victimless crime.
 

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WARNING: GROSS STORY FOLLOWS
Reminds me of the story of a homeless man found dead in his shelter near the Sumida River a few years ago. He wasn't discovered for a few days. Since he was homeless and unemployed, it took a while for anyone to miss him. And since he lived in an area with lots of those little blue shelters, it took a few days for the unique odor of rotting human flesh to rise above the other various smells.
When he was found, he was naked from the waist down and there was extensive damage to his groin. A large amount of flesh was missing from that area. Just gone. Disappeared.
Police suspected that he had been murdered by a pervert who had mutilated the body, removing the genitals and some of the surrounding flesh. Since such a psychopath could reasonably be expected to commit a similar crime again, they feared they might be looking at the first efforts of a potential serial killer. Naturally, they didn't look forward to either the crimes, the publicity that would surround them, or the huge investigative effort that they would have to mount.
Fortunately for them, the pervert was soon identified.
The pervert was the victim himself.
It seems there were lots of stray cats in the area. With the resourcefulness many unfortunate homeless souls display in their struggle to stay alive, he had learned to put the stray cats to use. He ate canned tuna and smeared the leftover oil on his John Thomas to entice the cats to give him a tongue job.
The last time he did it, though, he had a heart attack and died. It wasn't long before the cats decided he would make a good source of meat protein. From habit and from the smell of the tuna oil, they concentrated their efforts in his groin area. They managed to eat away a pretty good bit before the man was discovered.
The cat is not going to sleep in my room tonight.
 

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well, i think the "cat man" was quite a perv. he should have gone to nagoya.^^:gohan: enjoy ^.-
 

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to the udeveloped "people"

Reminds me why i swerve towards, not away, from cats while out on the road ☝
Sounds like an urban myth, funny none the less



it is sad to realize that some people who are not worth even of a single hair of a cat,being simply lower developed than a cat, harm a great, sensitive, understanding animal and giving real suffering to the owner.
Alos, I'm wondering why only a "mail sign" and a "female sign" exist, how do we call people ((if I ca say so) who are neither nor, being to small , undeveloped, and miserable.
They think they are cute,behaving like a child of lowclass parents,but in fact they look and sound and actually are simple miserable,disgusting,staying undeveloped all their life.
 

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sad that cats had to eat such digusting stuff...,people make the animals tame than being irresposible...the animals suffer but even that seems to be not enough, some people become pervertic with them,humiliating

swerning to cants you only sjow how miserable you are
 
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:gohan::gohan::gohan::gohan::gohan:
He ate canned tuna and smeared the leftover oil on his John Thomas to entice the cats to give him a tongue job.
Hmm, that's strange, since a cat's tongue feels something like sandpaper, or a rasp. Something to do with the way they use their tongues to comb and clean their fur, I seem to remember. Sounds like a hocus pocus story to me.
 

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Had I not read the story from the very distinguished gentleman who performed the autopsy I would be of the same opinion myself.
OK, that's convinced me. We can be sure someone who writes books with titles like "L.A.ナ椎クナス竄ャナ?ツッ窶ケテ俄?敕ゥニ稚ニ叩ニ辰ニ停?ケ" would never make up interesting stories in order to sell books.
 

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OK, that's convinced me. We can be sure someone who writes books with titles like "L.A.検死官極秘ファイル" would never make up interesting stories in order to sell books.

He was one of the first and remains one of the foremost forensic pathologists in Japan, spent 30 years working as a coroner, performing around 5,000 autopsies and was the medical examiner at the scene of about 15,000 deaths. He was the chief of the Tokyo Metropolitan Medical Examiner's office for the last 5 years of his service and serves as a university professor as well as on various professional boards, including at least one on the Ministry of Welfare board charged with authority for suspending and/or revoking the license of physicians and for certifying physicians to perform autopsies (since 1981 on that board).

Yes, his integrity is highly suspect.

After all, there is no way he would run across an odd case or two during the course of personally examining a mere 15,000 cases. Nor are there people with such odd sexual proclivities or mental illnesses who would conceivably engage in such an odd activity as letting a cat lick their privates. Why, the next thing you know, the fellow will be claiming there are people who actually derive some sort of perverse pleasure from what most would consider painful or unpleasant stimuli.
 
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Yes, his integrity is highly suspect.
No, the story is. How would anyone know that he had been smearing his genitals with tuna if the genitals had already been eaten? And how would it be possible for this pathologist with so much experience to not be able to distinguish between cat-bitten genitals and the work of a serial killer? Also, I'd expect crows to attack a dead body before cats. It doesn't sound like a true story at all. Perhaps you've left out some of the convincing details.
 

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No, the story is. How would anyone know that he had been smearing his genitals with tuna if the genitals had already been eaten? And how would it be possible for this pathologist with so much experience to not be able to distinguish between cat-bitten genitals and the work of a serial killer? Also, I'd expect crows to attack a dead body before cats. It doesn't sound like a true story at all. Perhaps you've left out some of the convincing details.

Because it is not the job of the forensic pathologist to distinguish bite marks. For such purposes the pathologist needs to consult a forensic odontologist and for marks of predation a forensic entomologist needs to be consulted. Additionally, putrefaction can slowly erase the marks left and that is when the pathologist becomes puzzled and if there is insifficient communication between the pathologist, odontologist and the entomologist, things are bound to go wrong.

Additionally, calling the validity of the story into question is tantamount to calling the integrity of the author into question.
 

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Because it is not the job of the forensic pathologist to distinguish bite marks. For such purposes the pathologist needs to consult a forensic odontologist and for marks of predation a forensic entomologist needs to be consulted. Additionally, putrefaction can slowly erase the marks left and that is when the pathologist becomes puzzled and if there is insifficient communication between the pathologist, odontologist and the entomologist, things are bound to go wrong.
You seem to have very detailed knowledge about Japanese forensic practices, so could you help a volunteer project I'm doing on the internet? I want to add some new words to Jim Breen's dictionary. Could you help me with that? Please tell me what the Japanese words for "forensic odontologist" and "forensic pathologist" are. Also "forensic entomologist" is a good word to add, so could you let me know? Thanks.
Additionally, calling the validity of the story into question is tantamount to calling the integrity of the author into question.
I would never dream of calling anyone's integrity into question.
:gohan:
 

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I would be the last person to discourage skepticism and Ben's is certainly understandable; I don't blame him a bit and would think less of him if he weren't skeptical.

I'll try to hunt up the book and either scan in the story or transcribe it. It may take me a while to find it, though. I have read three of Dr. Ueno's books and no longer recall which contained this particular story, nor am I even sure just where the books themselves are. I know they're still in my possession, so they'll turn up sometime.
 

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You seem to have very detailed knowledge about Japanese forensic practices, so could you help a volunteer project I'm doing on the internet? I want to add some new words to Jim Breen's dictionary. Could you help me with that? Please tell me what the Japanese words for "forensic odontologist" and "forensic pathologist" are. Also "forensic entomologist" is a good word to add, so could you let me know? Thanks


I study forensic medicine as part of my degree, so it is general knowledge. In all countries where resources permit the situation as regards odontologists and entomologists is the same. I'm sorry, I can't help you the translations as my knowledge is not specifically related to Japan. I am assuming you would have to consult a specialist dictionary, probably a medical, legal or even a specialised medico-legal dictionary.

Although I'm sure there are members situated in Japan and even native speakers, so surely someone should have an answer.
 

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I don't know about you guys, but i found this oddly entertaining. Maybe its due to the fact that i haven't been hearing good stories lately. Though more likely because of the way i experienced them. It seems as though reading about horrific and weird things on the internet adds a sort of comical side to them. Has anyone else found this?
Maybe its just, as i am an american youth influenced by its many complicated facets, only stories such as these would create the sort of thrill one used to get from simple things. Alas, it is a sad world we live in when it takes perverted and disgusting storiessuch as these to cause an effect in a youth.
What would a boy like me have thought of these stories 20 years ago? 50 years ago?
As the world gets older, humans become more desensitized to everything. I can't tell if this is good or bad or if it even matters, all i do know is that a man who rubs tuna on "himself" to get cats to lick where he wants them to, and ends up dieing whilst succedding resulting in his genitals being eaten off is some funny sh*t.
I propose an entire section be made for hilarious, horrific, disgusting and weird stories to be posted.
Who concurrs?
 
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