It turns out that a bacteria has been found that only occurs on dead bodies.
It was later discovered that her boyfriend, who worked at the local underatakers had been "overly-friendly" with his "customers" and passed the infection onto her. This story has been doing the rounds all over the island over the past week or so, and many people believed it but, when pressed, all they could say was that they knew someone who knew someone who knew the girl, etc.
Media reports about sexual intercourse with corpses in the Mater Dei mortuary were denied and condemned by Mater Dei Hospital management.
Favourite News had reported that a former worker at the Mater Dei mortuary had had sexual intercourse with corpses and, as a result, a woman who had had a sexual relationship with him had suffered from a sexually transmitted disease.
The doctors were unsure of the cause so took routine swabs and blood samples for testing.
She was recalled the following week and asked to repeat the tests.
After a few days she starts feeling itchy in her privates.
Those eggs hatch out as maggots and immediately set to doing what all young ones do, which is eat.
Hence, corpses wriggling with “worms.” Though we associate worms with corpses (thanks, in part, to macabre schoolchild chants featuring lines such as “The worms crawl in, the worms crawl out …”), deceased humans do not magically erupt with such critters; they have to come into contact with a pregnant fly.
She goes back to the house where the party took place, and the guy who lives there tells her her boy's at work, and gives her the address.
When she gets there she sees he works at a funeral parlor, but there's a big funeral going on, so she decides she'll contct him later. He tells her that the rash is caused by a kind of louse that is most commonly found in the bodies of the recently deceased.