MMA Fighter On Trial After ‘Sucking Blood From Wound, Spitting It At Medics’

A professional MMA fighter claims he saw “demon looking things” laughing at him before allegedly spitting blood in the face of paramedics who were trying to help him.

Samuel Patrick Dobb appeared in court last week, where the former Gold Coast Titan’s junior pleaded not guilty to a serious assault charge – claiming he consumed a spiked drink before the ordeal.

Cops allegedly found the Australian scrapper behaving erratically and yelling “f*ck off, Satan” in one outburst. After an ambulance was called and Dobb was taken away, he is accused of sucking blood from an open wound on his finger and spitting it at a member of the team.

The light heavyweight said he had not knowingly taken any narcotics before the incident.

“I would never want to jeopardize that,” Mr Dobb is said to have told the trial. “It just felt so real… demon-looking things, yelling at me, laughing at me, saying ‘you’re coming to hell, we’ve got you now.’”

In yet another twist to the case, District Court Judge David Kent declared a mistrial after it was revealed that one of the jurors had made their own investigations into the case, according to MYGC.

Prosecutors are still trying to figure out if they will call for a new trial.