A man reportedly bit a police officer’s finger when being restrained due to an attempted faux chemical attack.

According to this article, an incident recently occurred where a 34-year-old suspect in question was at a police station in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, when he decided to tell two police officers he “wanted to throw acid on them.”

The attack went as follows- the suspect then proceeded to throw water at one of the officers and break a glass wall, causing a scene. Once the officers tried to restrain the man, he bit off the tip of one of the officer’s fingers.

According to the article, the suspect remains unnamed. However, he has a criminal record for committing fraud before. The suspect was also tested for drugs once arrested, which some believe may have led up to the incident.

The police chief told Kosmo!- a local news outlet- that, “Urine tests showed he was positive for amphetamine and methamphetamine,” when describing the suspect’s bodily state.

The suspect reportedly had minor injuries as a result of the altercation and has since been arrested for his crimes.

Published by HOLR Magazine.