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Man found sleepwalking, chewing up own hand because he thought it was pork

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In today’s “oh, SHIT!” news, an East China man reportedly spent all night chewing on a pork knuckle that turned out to be- wait for it- HIS OWN KNUCKLE. All we know is his surname is Li, he’s in his twenties, and he sleepwalks so badly that he’ll chew his own hands until they’re bloodied because he’s under the sleepy impression that it’s a piece of pig flesh.

He was visiting his cousin, and was promptly brought to the hospital after his cousin discovered him gnawing his hand and failed to wake him up. Uh, yikes. I don’t know who I feel worse for: the cousin, or Li himself. Perhaps giving up pork knuckle will solve his problems!
Is eating your own hand vegan? The jury is still out on that one.

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  • AlpineDan

    If the reports of cannibals are correct, and human flesh really does taste like pig flesh, then this makes sense. (Under a microscope, human blood looks more like pig blood than most other species’ blood.) I’m surprised the pain didn’t awake him, though.

    When I’m walking in a public place and smell pig flesh cooking, I consider that the smell of human flesh cooking would likely be the same, and am reminded once again of the many reasons I’m vegan.

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