Sleeping Man Dressed as Zombie Mistaken for Corpse on Train in Germany
FoxNews.com ^ | October 30, 2007 | SkyNews
A drunken Halloween reveller in Germany found his costume was a little too realistic when he fell asleep on a train and was mistaken for a corpse.
Fellow passengers thought the man, who was dressed as a gore-covered zombie, had been murdered and called the police.
Police in the northern town of Bad Segeberg revealed how the 24-year-old had fallen into a drunken slumber on his way home from a Halloween party in Hamburg.
Believing his hands and face were smeared with blood, passengers alerted officers after getting no response from him.
A first aid team which was called to the scene soon cleared up the confusion, however.
Police told the man to remove his make-up, after which he was allowed to continue his journey.
lol hilarious, and funny story for today :) nice post.
What's next? Are the smoking nazis going to try to ban halloween costumes?
The arson from D-night was related to declining property values....silly intertwined economics and crime.
Still feel that was a very underrated movie. I'll never forget Dan O' Herlihy looking up at Tom Atkins and smiling while he applauded . Brrrr.
Darkseid: agree Halloween 3 is a gem of a movie, at least when it comes to the horror genre. I used to be an avid horror movie fan.
Did you know the Halloween series was initially intended to be released every year with a different story? Halloween 3 was part of that, but once the sales for that movie went down they realized the Michael Myers franchise was worth more than the original plan so they went with that.
Yeah, i was aware of it, but others here probably weren't, thanks. It bombed bad, and they hung that idea out to dry real quick. Sad thing is-it was better than the following movies that DID feature myers, other than Halloween H20, which they should have stopped with while they were ahead.