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If you suspect anyone of showing sympoms of the 'Necro- Mortosis' Virus, the Government has released the following anonymous tip line.
1 800 155 3219
(forefront left) and female (front right)
was mass panic at a popular Melbourne nightclub last weekend after a teenager
apparently reanimated in the full view of revellers.
It is believed the unidentified male may have overdosed on the notorious M-Bomb drug. The teenager along with a group of friends had been attending the annual Winter Party Rave at St Kilda club, The Tiger Room. According to witnesses he collapsed on the dance floor a couple of hours after swallowing several unidentified pills. As security guards attempted to attend to the teenager he reanimated causing the crowd to scatter.
party goer was bitten in the confusion, but quick thinking security guards
were able to subdue the teenager before he had the chance to attack anyone
else . Several people were trampled in the rush for the door but most
injuries were minor. Ambulance officers had to attend to one woman with
a broken arm and a man with concussion.
Hazmat officials were quickly notified and the bitten person, believed
to be a 24 year old woman from Pascoe Vale was quickly quarantined at
the St Kilda Hazmat Emergency Base. According to current reports she
was bitten on the foot but has yet to show any signs of reanimation.
Her name is yet to be released
Police spokesperson Zoe Thorpes said to gathered media that "it was a strong example of the seriousness of the burgeoning M-bomb problem in not just Australia but also many other countries. The rapidness of the death, transformation and subsequent reanimation show that these drugs are getting stronger and even more deadly."
The M-Bomb is a popular illegal drug that splices the necro-mortosis virus with amphetamine. According to ZWN Science Editor Dr. Nancy Chan " It's seeming popularity is with the effect of numbness. A spacey, disconnected sense of not caring any longer. But after coming down, even those who do not contract full blown mortosis, still have a heavy sense of lethargy, depression, difficulty in breathing and aching of joints, even after one capsule. Heavier drug users may be tempted to double or treble the amount taken to reach a greater high. This will increase the risk of contracting the virus dramatically."