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Bags of Human Body Parts Possibly Found in Biscayne Bay

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Following a bizarre string of body parts washing up on the shores of South Florida late last year, a man may have discovered yet another bag of body parts floating in Biscayne Bay. A bicyclist on Brickell Key spotted two grocery bags floating near shore, and at first thought they were drugs. When he fished them he out he believes he actually found chunks of a human body.

NBC Miami reports that officials have not confirmed the findings, but the man who found them doesn't think they belong to anything else but a human.

"Not seeing any feathers or wings, I thought it might be that of a human being," he told the station. "I had seen what turned out to be three belly rings on the lower area."

The bags were found yesterday afternoon.

The discovery comes just months after several body parts, all believed to belong to one man, Warren Danzig, washed up all across South Florida.

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