(Original Caption) Close up of Theodore Bundy, convicted Florida murderer, charged with other killings.

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Ted Bundy's Last Meal Was A Feast That Went Uneaten
Many death row inmates have caused legislators to rethink the whole last meal concept, and Texas did away with the tradition entirely in 2011 after one prisoner requested an elaborate meal, only to not touch it. Perhaps unsurprisingly, the last meal of serial killer Ted Bundy is a similar story.
Ted Bundy also refused to touch his last meal in prison; however, rather than ordering an expensive meal and wasting it to prove a point, Bundy simply declined a last meal altogether. Whether he wasn't hungry or was trying to be an annoyance in his remaining hours, we may never know.
Instead, the prison offered Bundy steak, eggs, hash browns, and a cup of coffee as part of Florida's standard-issue prison meal. Later that same day, January 24, 1989, Bundy was executed via electric chair in the state of Florida for the murders of 36 young women.