News, but not the serious kind
I don’t want what he had…
“Lamar, aren’t you gonna finish your fish taco? Then whose is it? Ah, that dead guy’s?
“Well he’s not gonna finish it, so shove it over here, I’m still hungry.
“Hey, wait! What if he died from food poisoning? Hmmm.
“You know what, Lamar. I figure he already ate the bad part. I mean, a whole taco can’t be bad, right? Pass the sauce.”
The above conversation was totally made up, but you have to love this real photo of patrons still eating at a taco stand, a few feet from a dead body.
The caption says the poor man died from a heart attack, so I guess that pool of blood near his head was from the previous dead guy in that spot.
I want to point out that the caption makes clear this photo isn’t available for advertising campaigns. So you ad guys at Coca-Cola can just forget about building a glossy magazine campaign around this one.
Patrons eat at a taco stand, as the body of a man lies on the pavement, in Ciudad Obregon August 10, 2010. According to local media, the man died after suffering a fatal heart attack. REUTERS/Francisco Gonzalez Bolon/Expreso NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS