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A ‘Contagious’ Woman Escaped From The Hospital And This Is How A ’28 Days Later’ Scenario Begins

Photo: Michael Boardman/WireImage (Getty)

Police in Gloucestershire were super quick to warn local people everywhere after 29-year-old woman Kayleigh McConnon vanished from the Cheltenham General Hospital Tuesday night after last being seen at around 10pm. The reason for the urgent warning? Well McConnon is super contagious, and police warned the general public not to even think about approaching her.

Police did not reveal what McConnon was suffering from, but all they said was that she had a ‘contagious condition.’ And since I like to jump the gun I’m just going to say that she had something that forces her to consume human meat. Here’s what a  spokeswoman for Gloucestershire Police had to say:

“Officers are concerned for her welfare and are appealing for anyone who sees her to not approach her as she has a contagious condition, but to call police on 101 and quote incident 42 of 14 March.”

Photo: Gloucestershire Police

Local people were obviously stressed out, some even pissed at police for not revealing more details about McConnon’s condition, just to make sure they purchased the proper zombie-fighting armor. But not to worry, because it only took a few hours for police to locate McConnon again.

According to the BBC, police have said they have spoken to “those she had been in contact with” and offered advice. But again, what she has is still a mystery. 

While I strongly believe some sort of zombie -situation is occurring here, is it possible this could be like a Stranger Things situation where McConnon will be returned to a government building to be studied before being released back into the world as a fighting weapon? Probably.


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