|Way to Die #715|
|Name of the death is a pun on "withdrawn"|
|Cop: "Cancel the bomb squad. Send the meat wagon."
Ron: "Roger that."
|Date||March 4, 2003|
|Episode this death
was featured in
|"That's "Mister Death" To You"|
"Withdrawn", Way to Die #715, is the seventh death to be featured in "That's "Mister Death" To You", which aired on July 11, 2011.
Nick, a nervous man, walks into a line at the bank, reveals a bomb around his neck to the teller, and claims that some guys wrapped it on his neck and will explode if he doesn't get the money. The teller gives him some money, but Nick says it's not enough and asks her to get more. Unbeknownst to the teller, Nick is working alone and the bomb is self-made so that he could have a decent alibi. Then, the cops come into the bank to confront Nick. Nick shows the bomb around his neck and tries to play the victim, but then, the teller, who fled from the scene, uses her car key to unlock her car, only for the key's electrical signal to send out a frequency that triggers the bomb and before Nick can react, his head is blown off his body with some of his blood splattered onto a nearby statue, killing him instantly. The police officer then calls the station to cancel the bomb squad and instead bring the meat wagon.
- Saque Explosivo (Explosive Drop) - Brazilian dub
- Also called "Lock and Exp-Load" on the Spike TV website.
- The picture at the end was in motion, the same as Habeas Corpse, Samurai Death Squad, Electro-Cutie, Cream-ated, Waste Dead, and Anger Damagement; blood is dripping from the statue.
- In 2003 Brian Douglas Wells, who an American pizza delivery man in Erie, Pennsylvania, was killed when a time bomb fastened around his neck exploded. At the time of his death, he had been apprehended by the police for robbing a bank. Wells told police that three people had locked the bomb around his neck and would not release it had he refused to commit the robbery. Here is a detailed article to the story: https://www.wired.com/2010/12/ff-collarbomb/