Man's roach-eating death in Fla. contest raises questions of why he did it — and why he died?

  • Article by: TAMARA LUSH and SUZETTE LABOY , Associated Press
  • Updated: October 9, 2012 - 5:34 PM
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pmobergOct. 9, 12 9:26 AM

This is why we have the Darwin Awards.

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ziggymOct. 9, 12 9:39 AM

Yuck.

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lakneeOct. 9, 12 9:44 AM

ARRey sez: More proof that Darwin was on to something, no matter what some would have us believe.

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rlundl02Oct. 9, 12 9:57 AM

A radio used to have a segment where they aired a story like this and then asked the audience if it happened in Germany or Florida?

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azfullcircleOct. 9, 1210:09 AM

I dont think any of us need to be an entomoligist to know eating 10s of roaches might not be good for you.

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blatherskiteOct. 9, 1210:46 AM

It's not that you've eaten a roach, it's what the roach has eaten.

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sjhuotOct. 9, 12 9:11 PM

Eating contests are stupid and vulgar. What an insult to humanity that some people engage in eating contests while so many starve?

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kesummOct. 10, 12 9:32 AM

It's time for a constitutional amendment banning all forms of human bug eating. Amy Koch could have been the weight behind this in the legislature.

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bredpathOct. 10, 1210:10 AM

"It's indirectly bashing other cultures," said David Gordon (TheBugChef). I'm sure those cultures are totally offended by this display of stupidity.

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