Burglary suspect goes full zombie, allegedly bites victim

SEATTLE -- A 32-year-old woman did her best zombie impression -- even going so far as to being unfazed by a stun gun -- by biting a South Park resident who suddenly found her inside his house, according to the Seattle Police Department.

According to police, the victim was sitting at home in the 800 block of South Southern Street around 10:30 a.m. Tuesday when he heard the front door open.

The victim followed his dogs to the front door, where he found the suspect standing in the entryway, according to police.

The victim told the suspect to leave and started pushing her out the door, when she reportedly bit him on the arm. He grabbed hold of her and yelled for his roommate to "get the stun gun."

According to the report, the men used the stun gun on the suspect, but she continued to struggle. One of the men was able to hold the suspect on the ground outside the house while the other called 911.

Officers arrived and arrested the suspect, who was booked into King County Jail for investigation of burglary and assault.