What’s in the water down there in Florida?
Meet 25 year-old, Thomas Elliot Huggins, of Tampa, Florida.
On Thursday, June 27th, in his mother’s home on Astor Avenue North, Huggins strangled the family’s pit bull terrier mix, named Bandit, to death.
But that’s not ALL he did, according to the police reports, Huggins then proceeded to quarter Bandit off into more manageable parts.
After seasoning Bandit’s ribs and putting them on the stove to boil, he then proceeded to throw Bandit’s head in the trash. He placed the rest of the pet in freezer bags and stored her in the freezer ‘for future meals’.
When Huggins’ mother got home from work, she noticed the ribs boiling on the stove.
After seeing Bandit’s head on the trash, she asked her son what happened.
He told her that he strangled the dog with his bear hands as was cooking the pet for a meal.
Upon hearing her son’s story, she called the cops and turned him in.
Neighbor Nickola Davis said Huggins did not need to kill his dog for food.
“I’ve been to the food pantry, and the mother, I’ve seen her at the food pantry,” Davis said. “So I know they didn’t have to do that for food.”
Authorities charged Huggins with felony cruelty to animals. His bond is set at $2,000 according to arrest records.
There are days I’ve felt hunger so strong that I would’ve considered eating a dog…
But to actually do it?!
Oh my God!!
He sounds a little touched in the head, but what do you think his actual problem?
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