If you were wondering what could drive a man to try and eat someone’s face, we are here to help. It’s not bath salts that drive a man to facial cannibalism, at least not this time. No, according to one forensic psychologist in Stuart Florida, says Austin Harrouff believed he was “half-dog, half-man” when he fatally attacked a man and woman at their home and was found biting one of their faces.
the new revelation of the 2016 attack came out in a 38-page mental health report that was just released by the Martin County State Attorney’s Office and reported on by The Palm Beach Post. According to the report, Harrouff continued his facial feast in the presence of law enforcement, “biting John Stevens’ face while making growling noises on Aug. 15, 2016.” In fact, he was so intent on his attack that he continued at it despite being tased and kicked in the head multiple times by police officers. The conclusion of this report was that, at the time of the attack, “Mr. Harrouff was actively psychotic.”
It would seem that Florida’s employed the detective skills of the ever famous Captain Obvious.