How to Protect Yourself Against the Bleeding Starset Vessel
When it’s time to head to a party, you might be tempted to grab a bottle of champagne and grab a glass of champagne.
But it’s possible you could end up drinking your own blood, and potentially your own, if you drink a few drinks while you’re drunk.
That’s exactly what happened to a couple of guests at a Halloween party in New Jersey.
The guests at the Halloween party drank a bottle each of champagne, rum and vodka, which is known as a staret vessel, or “staret,” according to The Jersey Journal.
On Oct. 31, a group of friends and family were celebrating the holidays in a nearby hotel when the party was over, according to the paper.
A couple of friends who were drinking a bottle apiece of champagne took their friends out to dinner at a restaurant in East Rutherford, N.J., according to NJ.com.
One of the friends had just gotten back from a Halloween event in the Hamptons.
“I looked out the window and there were these beautiful white starset vessels sitting on the curb.
There were six of them in all,” said one of the guests, who asked that his name not be published because he wanted to keep the guests from getting hurt.
One of the men, who is white, said the bottles were the size of a small soda can.
Then the man, who was dressed in a dark suit, got up and left the party, The Jersey News reported.
The guests said they had no idea what had happened.
Another friend who had the party at a nearby bar said that he noticed the bottles of champagne were moving around a little bit and he tried to stop them.
But the bottles had gone through his bar.
When the bartender noticed that he had a couple bottles of the wine in his glass, he called a police officer who was stationed outside, according the newspaper.
It’s not clear if the alcohol caused the guests to go into shock or if the man’s injuries were accidental.
We’ve reached out to the New Jersey Department of Health and Mental Hygiene for more information.