Florida man, found partially eaten in alligator’s mouth, died beforehand from meth OD

Florida man, found partially eaten in alligator’s mouth, died beforehand from meth OD
Likes long walks and eating humans. Polk County (FL) Sheriff via Smoking Gun

[Ed. – Your encouraging comparison-thought for the day.  As Smoking Gun observes, it’s not clear how the deceased ended up in a position to attract the alligator’s gustatory interest.]

The deceased Florida Man whose partially eaten body was discovered in the mouth of an alligator died from a methamphetamine overdose before the 11-foot reptile discovered him in a canal in Polk County, according to an autopsy report. …

In late-June, the body of Michael Ford, 45, was found floating in the water on a Fort Meade property owned by a mining company. Part of Ford’s body was in the mouth of a 449-pound alligator, who was subsequently trapped and killed by Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission agents. …

[A]n autopsy released yesterday concluded that Ford died from accidental “methamphetamine intoxication” and that his corpse was subsequently set upon by the alligator …

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