Number Four: Man Attacked, Beheaded, Eaten on Public Bus

Man Attacked, Beheaded, Eaten on Public Bus

Vince Weiguang Li proves that not all Canadians are amazingly nice human beings who enjoy poutine and maple syrup. Some of them are complete monsters and can be found in the most unsuspecting places sometimes.

On a Greyhound bus, the new Canadian citizen, who immigrated from China, completely snapped and caused one of the most horrific scenes I’ve ever heard of (that actually happened) with a twist (wait for the end).

While sitting next to passenger Tim McLean (who was sleeping), Li produced a huge knife and began to stab him repeatedly in the neck and chest until McLean was completely decapitated (which just shows how badly some people hate sitting next to a snorer).

Li walked around showing the severed head to the rest of the passengers as they screamed and ran out of the bus in fear of being brutally dismembered as well. Li never left the bus, but stayed back and continued dismembering the man and consumed McLean’s flesh, all while carrying around the severed head.

Out of respect for the dead, I will not mention the irony of McLean’s last name or the fact that his name makes him already sound like a “nutritious” sandwich option at McDonald’s.

Li ate McLean’s eyes, ears, nose and tongue. He’s currently at a maximum security mental facility.

But wait! There’s more!

He had the knife on him for protection. “Why?” you may ask. Well the why, of course, is because he needed protection from the aliens.

He told authorities later that he believed the voice of God told him to do all this:

“The voice told me that I was the third story of the Bible, that I was like the second coming of Jesus (and that) I was to save people from a space alien attack,”

… at which point Jon Favreau started writing down ideas for a sequel to that movie nobody liked.

Li then said:”I was really scared. I remember cutting off his head. I believed he was an alien. The voices told me to kill him, that he would kill me or others. I do not believe this now,”

Oh. Good. Good for him.




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