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If you suspect anyone of showing sympoms of the 'Necro- Mortosis' Virus, the Government has released the following anonymous tip line.
1 800 155 3219
There was pandemonium at Cairns International Airport, North Queensland yesterday afternoon when Kenzaburo Moriami (34) a Japanese tourist died and subsequently reanimated whilst in custody at a customs and Mortosis screening check point.
Moriami was traveling with two companions (unidentified at present). He was flagged as a 'possible infected Mortosis' passenger. Shortly after being lead to customs and it's new Mortosis screening facility, he collapsed. Within minutes, and in the presence of emergency medical workers, he reanimated.
Moriami proceeded to attack the nearest customs officer, Melinda Grafton (56). Fortunately for Grafton, the reanimated corpse could not get a secure grip on her and she was able to scramble to safety.
Chaos quickly ensued with airport staff fleeing the customs holding room, and patrons scattering in all directions to evade the corpse. James Brindell (23) was returning home from and extended holiday when he was caught in the commotion. "It was a scene of mass panic" he said, "Nobody new which way to run and people were colliding and falling. I saw one small kid pushed aside with nobody trying to help him, god knows where his parents were".
Two people were infected before Airport Security were able to contain the situation, and managed to secure the hapless Kenzaburo with handcuffs. Both victims, one customs officer and a security guard have not been named and were quickly quarantined along with Moriami, by the responding Hazmat Team. Government officials refused to comment on their condition