Real Life ‘Vampire Outbreak’ Reported In New Zealand

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Vampire outbreak reported in New Zealand

Two women from Napier, New Zealand have been arrested after it was revealed that they each performed separate vampire attacks over the weekend.

In one incident a woman took a bite out of a man’s neck in the aptly named Thirsty Whale pub. The victim lost so much blood he had to be taken to hospital. Earlier on the same day, police were called to an incident in the car park of a supermarket after reports of a woman biting another female were received.

Yahoo News reports:

Police said the woman had stepped in after her brother became involved in a fight with another man.

In relation to the first incident at the supermarket, a spokesman for Hawke’s Bay District Command said:

“It was a fight between three females and during the fight one of the females has bitten another one’s ear and drawn blood. She hasn’t bitten it off, but quite badly so she needed some medical attention,” Fairfax reports.

The police spokesman told Fairfax: “It’s a little bit weird.”

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