Welcome to beautiful Los Angeles, where you can roam the streets and find bodily organs, casually sprawled out on the sidewalk! In need of some thrill? Look no further.
You might find, while residing in this city, that humans and animals go hand in hand. By that we mean, humans are animals, and animals are humans. Nine out of ten times there is no clear distinction between behaviors.
In this case, the internal contents, though hard to distinguish, were not hard to come across.
Could the dinosaurs be among us?
[pullquote quote="We don't know if it's even human. We don't even know what was found. I can't even tell you; it might be a dog." credit="Sheriff's Sgt. Pauline Panis"]
Sunday at 8:30 p.m. in the 13100 block of Avalon Boulevard, Sgt. Robert Dean of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said a female called to report the organs.
South Los Angeles don’t mess around.
Spokesman for the Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office, Ed Winter said the possible organs were not attached to a body. Damnit! Winter found the situation “a little strange”… We find nothing strange of the sort!
Sheriff’s sources involved in the investigation claimed that if they turn out to be human lungs, it will not be clear if they were the result of battle royale annihilation, or just discarded remains. Ya know, like compost.
It is unclear when an examination of the organs will be performed. Unless Jack Fm beats em’ to it!
[Source:Los Angeles Times]