Woman sorry for drunkenly biting policeman's hand, offers chunk of her hip flesh in return

By Erik Crouch, April 28, 2015

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We've all been there - you have a bit too much to drink, get in a fight with your significant other and bam! Next thing you know, you're biting chunks out of a policeman's hand.

That's what happened to a Heilongjiang woman earlier this month, according to the South China Morning Post. After fighting with her boyfriend, the woman proceeded to get wildly drunk at a local shop, where she smashed beer bottles and refused to leave until police arrived.

When the cops showed up, the woman was taken into custody, where she decided it was a good idea to bite into one of the officer's hands. Hard.

After the woman awoke the next morning to find out she was under arrest, she - at this point, more sober but apparently not completely on the level - promptly told police "to cut off a piece of flesh from her hip as compensation."

The police, thankfully, didn't take her up on the offer.

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