British Vampire Expert Faces Employment Tribunal for Blood-Drinking
A university’s vampire expert is at the center of a blood-tasting row involving a female student. It is claimed she cut herself and after a class held by Emyr Williams, he licked her blood.
Williams, 34, a psychology lecturer, has appeared on TV (above right) in which he gave his expert opinion about vampires and blood-drinking.
The allegation comes in documents lodged at an employment tribunal hearing by Helen Coleman, who was working toward her doctorate degree. She is now seeking compensation for her alleged treatment at Glyndwr University, Wrexham, where she also taught. Coleman, who has been diagnosed as having work-related stress, told The Sunday Times: “All I’ve ever been concerned about is the health and safety of students.” Her barrister, Georgina Calvert-Lee, described the case as “extraordinary.”
The university denies any wrong-doing.
Famous fictional vampires include Dracula, those in the Twilight books and movies, and the stars of various American TV shows such as True Blood, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Dark Shadows.
Williams contends around 15,000 real-life vampires live in Britain. He was unavailable for comment.
It is claimed she cut herself and after a class held by Emyr Williams, he licked her blood.
So why did she stand there and let him lick her blood? Why didn't she slap him or at least tell him to get the hell away from her? There's no way she'd suffering from "work-related stress." She's just looking for an excuse to get on the dole, like so many in America are looking for an excuse to get on Workers Comp, SSI, or some other program because they don't want to work.