Ryan McPherson, Daniel Tanner Arrested For Trying to Ship Child Body Parts to U.S. From Bangkok

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Ryan McPherson and Daniel Tanner, co-creators of the Bumfights video series, were recently arrested in Thailand on some seriously disturbing charges.

The two men were charged with allegedly packaging actual human child body parts stolen from a hospital in Bangkok, and shipping them to the U.S.

The packages were labeled as "toys."

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According to multiple reports, Ryan McPherson and Daniel Tanner were apprehended after a scan of three boxes by a Bangkok parcel company last week.

The gruesome discovery was reportedly intended for their friends back home in Las Vegas as a prank, but the authorities weren't in a laughing mood.

Their packages contained several body parts, including a child's foot, an infant's head, an adult heart and two pieces of adult skin (it's not clear from where).

The pair was taken into custody.

Both men were released, however, due to lack of evidence, after being interrogated by law enforcement, and have since fled to neighboring Cambodia.

McPherson and Tanner, for those unfamiliar, made millions in the early 2000s from their Bumfights videos, pitting homeless people against each other.

Still class acts.

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