This is an unbelievably sad story. The University Medical Center in New Orleans is asking for the public's help in identifying a man who is in their care.

Officials with the hospital say the man has been at their facility for his injuries since May 17.

When the man arrived at the hospital, he had no identification.

UMC says the man appears to be in his 50s. He is 6 feet, 1 inch tall, weighs about 149 pounds, and has blue eyes.

The unidentified man also has the following tattoos, according to hospital officials:

  • Right forearm forearm - runic tattoos for "s" and "u"
  • Inner right forearm - shamrock with crossbones
  • Inner right arm - Celtic knotwork
  • Upper right arm - tattoos in descending order Rune for "h," a heraldic lion on a shield with a blue background, rune for "thorn"
  • Posterior right upper arm - Celtic knotwork bird
  • Lower left leg - an outline of a skull inferior to a New Orleans Hard Core X tattoo
  • Posterior L lower leg tattoo black linework
  • Lower right leg - name "Jillian"
  • Chest left side - black sun
  • Abdomen - letters "FTW"
  • Chest right - praying hands

Anyone with information regarding this man's identity is asked to contact University Medical Center at 504-702-3000.

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