CLAIM Girl's unusual medical condition leads to the discovery that the boy she's been intimate with has been having sex with or eating corpses. After a few days she starts feeling itchy in her privates. Se goes to the doctor's thinking she must of caught a sd off her ex. The doctor examines her and tells her he will have to phone the police. She is in shock and asks why. The doctor replies that she has maggots inside her vagina and the only way that can happen is if she or her partner is having sex with dead people too which she replies her ex works in the morgue.
He says he knows a girl whose sister is a real slut. She's at a party and meets a guy, and winds up giving the guy a blowjob. Two days later, she's developed a rash around her mouth. She goes to the doctor and he takes some samples and tells her to find the guy.
She goes back to the house where the party took place, and the guy who lives there tells her her boy's at work, and gives her the address. When she gets there she sees he works at a funeral parlor, but there's a big funeral going on, so she decides she'll contct him later.
That night she gets a call from her doctor. He tells her that the rash is caused by a kind of louse that is most commonly found in the bodies of the recently deceased. When she goes to confront the necrophiliac the next day, she is told that he has died of an untreatable parasitic infection. The doctors were unsure of the cause so took routine swabs and blood samples for testing. She was recalled the following week and asked to repeat the tests.
She was concerned that the doctors had become increasingly coy about the whole mater and that she was asked not to talk to anyone else about it. She was later stunned when the police arrived on her doorstep asking questions regarding her sex life.
It turns out that a bacteria has been found that only occurs on dead bodies. It was later discovered that her boyfriend, who worked at the local underatakers had been "overly-friendly" with his "customers" and passed the infection onto her. Her boyfriend was subsequently jailed. This story has been doing the rounds all over the island over the past week or so, and many people believed it but, when pressed, all they could say was that they knew someone who knew someone who knew the girl, etc.
Media reports about sexual intercourse with corpses in the Mater Dei mortuary were denied and condemned by Mater Dei Hospital management. Favourite News had reported that a former worker at the Mater Dei mortuary had had sexual intercourse with corpses and, as a result, a woman who had had a sexual relationship with him had suffered from a sexually transmitted disease.
The story, which is also doing the rounds on some social networking sites on the internet, said that the woman had been hospitalised in a serious condition. Mater Dei Hospital management said in a statement that the story was unfounded. This salacious mortuary rumor was just another iteration of a years-old urban legend, one which we originally wrote about back in Every society has its taboos, and engaging in sexual acts with the dead is one of our big ones.
It seems only fitting that disgusting acts should carry their own penalty, something that repays the perpetrator for his perfidy. Sexual juvenilia is rife with tales of icky punishments visited upon those who engage in kinky practices, but this particular legend stands out because the one suffers the consequence is the innocent party.
The gal is left not only with horrifying knowledge of someone she previously trusted, but with the tangible and wriggling mementos of his act. Could such a scenario play out in real life? That flourish is part of the legend because through it the disillusioned girlfriend comes to find out what her boyfriend has been up to. Without this contrived plot device, she would not otherwise discover his indulgence in necrophilia. Flies are attracted to the smell of decomposition, and after feasting herself, Mama Fly will happily lay her eggs on any fine food sources she encounters to give her young ones the best possible start in the world.
Those eggs hatch out as maggots and immediately set to doing what all young ones do, which is eat. There are few opportunities for this in a morgue or the embalming room of a funeral home. Versions of this legend that circulated in April were set in typical Spring Break locales e.
Unsuspecting girls come down with puzzling medical conditions e. So this girl goes to Panama City, Florida for vacation. She meets a guy and the kiss. He then asks her if she wants to go on a date but she says no because she is going home soon.
A couple weeks later she goes to the doctor because she has sores on her mouth and thinks it it a STD. The doctor says that it is not a STD. It is a bacterial infection caused from eating decaying flesh. The doctor call the Florida Police and the police check the guy and he is eating two girls that he killed. So, 7 friends went to Jamaica and went to this same local club every night they were there.
She refused every night and her last night there he gave her his name, number, and address and left the option open to her to come meet him at his house. Well, she never went… thankfully!
Turns out, the authorities raided his house and found 4 dead bodies of Jamaican club-goers. CRAZY people are still real!!! They texted, he invited her back to his place repeatedly and she said no. When she got back to Michigan she developed a sore on her lip and went to the doctor who then called the FBI. The sore was a fungus that only occurs because of cannibalism. She had a romantic encounter with a local man. Upon returning home she sought medical care for a rash or mark on the side of her face by her mouth.
She was met by police when she received her test results stating there was an enzyme found from her face site that is only left by cannibals. Some versions make it abundantly clear the girl could not have picked up her condition from anyone else by presenting her as a virgin. If you'd like to learn more about how you can support us, click here.