Tybee Island police officers who shot an unarmed jaywalker 25 times during an altercation in 2013, shot the offender one more time, just to make sure - during his autopsy.
Tybee Police Chief T.R. Igger said "It was for the safety of my officers," and has praised officers for their diligence.
The man, John Wilson, was caught jaywalking along Tybee's main thoroughfare, despite a pedestrian crossing being within 1 mile of the road he wished to cross.
A team of 30 officers descended on the scene, and shot Wilson as he reached the other side of the road.
"This is police work at its finest," claimed Tybee Mayor, Pete Dick. "I hear they may pump several more bullets into his coffin during his funeral; just in case."