He licked it.
Authorities said in a report that a Scottish woman bit part of a man’s tongue in a wild street fight, and seagulls swooped down and swallowed it.
According to the “Edinburgh Evening News” quoting the prosecutor, Bethaney Ryan, 27, clashed with stranger James McKenzie, which sparked a controversy in Edinburgh on August 1, 2019.
Prosecutor Susan Dickson said in the Edinburgh Sheriff’s Court on Thursday that after Mackenzie “tight fist” walked towards Ryan, she inexplicably kissed him and then chopped off her tongue. Three by two centimeters.
Dixon said in court: “She kissed his lips and in the process, she bit his tongue, which caused his tongue to be removed.”
She said that after he vomited a bloody organ, a bird took it off the ground and ate it, which made the reattachment operation impossible.
Dixon said: “Mr. MacKenzie walked away and spit out a part of his tongue. At this time a large seagull stripped a piece of tongue piece by piece of muscle.”
The prosecutor said that Mackenzie was treated for a “torn tongue” after he began to “ooze”.
The prosecutor said: “He no longer needs surgery because the tongue is no longer available and cannot be reconnected.”
According to reports, the arrested Ryan pleaded guilty to the attack on Thursday. It is unclear what prompted the dispute between her and Mackenzie.