"Mountain lions don't scratch," Department Communications louis vuitton handbags Manager Kirsten Macintyre told The Huffington Post. "There's a very distinct pattern of injuries when a mountain lion attacks a person or a deer. They don't just run away -- even if a bear comes along."
Knowing this, a warden retrieved 69-year-old Biggs' backpack, which the cat had reportedly latched onto when it was trying to kill the man. Macintyre said that DNA testing turned up only a few results corroborating Biggs' story: a bit of Bigg's blood and a half-inch tear.
No saliva, no bear hair, no mountain lion hair.
"We do not believe there was a mountain lion," Macintyre said.
On the phone from his home in Paradise, Calif., on Tuesday, Biggs wasn't about to make any retractions.
"It's 100-percent true -- I swear to God," he told The Huffington black gucci belt Post. "Of course only my blood was on the backpack. It was everywhere! More fantastic things than this have happened before."
He chalked up the cleanliness of the pack to the fact that he'd left it in the rain before wildlife officials showed up days later.
An officer says he told three men who were walking on the street with a dog to move to the sidewalk, and that one looked like he might run away, so he asked for identification.
Contreras identified himself as Emiliano Velesco, and a police database search found no matches. The officer then had a dispatcher run a check with the birthday he was given gucci bags and the last name tattooed on the forearm.