Something is afoot in Vancouver. NBC reports that a severed human foot has been discovered on the shore near British Columbia’s largest city. But get this. The most recent incident is not the sole discovery of a partitioned pedis in the waters of Vancouver. Actually, it may be the twelfth such discovery in the last four years.
The authorities are itching to nail the perp — but the other shoe may never drop because these feet apparently fell off all by themselves.
In prior cases, police said the feet appeared to have come off bodies naturally and that foul play was not suspected. Police so far have no theories about how or why the foot ended up in the water, and The Canadian Press said the British Columbia Coroners Service is involved in the investigation.
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At the risk of sounding callous: Seriously, you heels? Twelve disembodied feet and no one suspects anything? Perhaps someone has a serious case of athlete’s foot, or maybe leprosy abounds in America’s Hat. That would be toe-tally gnarly.
Surely this curious case has a solution (or at least an ointment of some kind). Please help the good people of Vancouver and leave your theories in the comments. But please — nothing corny, okay? That’s Fester’s job.