1. Whichever man eats food that has been consecrated to devils and afterwards confesses to the priest, the priest is to discern what rank the man has, or what age, or how skilled the man is, and then he is to judge as he thinks is wisest. (From Scriftboc)
2. If a pig or a chicken or any sort of creature [should] eat someone's body or drink his blood, one is to slay that creature and give it to the dogs. (From Old English Penitential)
If a hen [should] drink man's blood, one is allowed to eat it three months later; but for this we do not have ancient authority.
3. Whoever eats any blood in half-cooked meat, if he did not know it, he is to fast seven days. [Later correction: he is to fast three days or sing the Psalter; if he knows it, he is to fast seven days] (From Scriftboc)
4. [Concerning] whoever gives to another drink in which there is a mouse or a weasel drowned: if he is a layman he is to fast three nights; if a monk he is to sing three hundred psalms. If he did not know it before and knows it afterwards, he is to sing the Psalter. (From Old English Penitential)
5. Whoever eats the scabs of his body or worms, or drinks urine or eats feces, if he is a child or a young man, let him be flogged; if it is an adult man, he is to fast one year or the three fasting periods; either (punishment) is under the bishop's hand. (From Scriftboc)
6. A woman who mixes a man's seed in her food and then eats it so she be more agreeable to the male is to fast for 3 winters. (From Scriftboc)