Saturday, December 12, 2009

Chemistry student killed by 'exploding chewing gum'

American Scofflaw
A CHEMISTRY student has reportedly been killed by what is believed to be exploding chewing gum.

A 25-year-old chemistry student was found dead with his jaw blown off after he was working on a computer at his parents’ house in the St. Paul, MN.

"A loud pop was heard from the student's room," a city police chief aide said.

"When his relatives entered the room they saw that the lower part of the young man's face had been blown off."

The man was studying at the University of Minnesota and was known for his habit of dipping chewing in citric acid.

Police found both citric acid packets and “some kind of explosive material” on a table in his parents’s room.

They believe he may have confused the two packets, dipping the gum into the explosive material rather than the citric acid.

Forensic experts will travel from Kiev tomorrow to investigate the substance, as local authorities feared it may explode if transported.

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