This is just crazy, but yes, this is really happening. It’s not the first time that someone went wild because of being not satisfied with the amount of drugs or alcohol consumed. This pushes people to do out of this world things- and this is just one of them.
In the case of alcohol, when one consumes too much of it and cannot control its effects, there is always the tendency for the person to do something bad. This is why one should never consume alcohol more than what he can handle as it can affect the person mentally. If you are an alcoholic and you need help, visit a drug rehab facility in your area.
A 41-year-old woman turned cannibalistic after a night of partying in Texas.
Jessica Collins returned to the home of a friend of a friend — where she demanded more alcohol and cigarettes — after the three women had spent the night at a local bar together.
But the host wanted to call it a night, and asked a rowdy Collins to leave her home.
That’s when Collins attacked her, biting — and swallowing — a large chunk of the victim’s nose, KTRK reported.
She was arrested and charged with assault causing bodily injury, according to court documents.
The victim, identified by news outlets as “Tatiana,” said she had no time to react or try to push her attacker away.
“I think I was trying to fight back, but I couldn’t. All I could remember was the taste of blood in my mouth,” she told KTRK.
By the time she was in an ambulance, she realized part of her nose was missing.
“I was screaming, like, ‘I don’t have a nose. I’m 28 years old and I don’t have a nose anymore,’” she recalled telling her husband.
Tatiana requires immediate plastic surgery if she wants to restore her nose, but she doesn’t have health insurance.
A friend of hers as started a GoFundMe page to help cover the costs of the surgery, which could become more complicated if not completed within two weeks, doctors say.
“The surgery costs $12,000, but there isn’t a price of the emotional and bodily damage my friend is enduring,” the page reads.
Collins swallowed the piece of her nose that’s missing — making it impossible to recover.
She was released from the Harris County Jail on $1,000 bond, jail records show.
The victim says she is so traumatized that she’s afraid to leave her bedroom.
“It’s where I feel safe,” she told KTRK.