We’ve all heard of angry drunks, and happy drunks, and depressed drunks, and even manic drunks–but Paul M. Brock of Indiana may be the only “cannibal drunk” I’ve ever heard of. After being arrested for stealing a car, Mr Brock told police he was going to hunt them down and eat them. And their families. And their little dogs too!
I don’t know about you, but this seems a little overboard to me. I mean, let’s be reasonable here. What do the dogs have to do with this? Yes, apparently Mr. Brock was subdued using police dogs when he was arrested. However, it would appear to me that he was not actually threatening those dogs with ingestion–instead, he was going to go after the family dogs of the officers involved.
This is classic transference. Mr. Brock has no beef with these poor family pets! It is the police dogs he is angry with, the ones who took part in his arrest. There’s no reason to take it out on innocent little Spike or Snookums. That beagle didn’t do anything to you, Mr. Brock, so put the frying pan away.
I’m a firm believer in eating only those people and dogs who have wronged you. Shame on you, Mr. Brock.