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Yikes: Body Sold to Russia Kebab Shop

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Police in Russia have arrested three homeless men suspected of killing a man, eating part of the body and selling other parts to a kebab shop.

The men were held in the city of Perm, some 1,400km (870 miles) east of Moscow, local investigators said.

Their statement said that the suspects had targeted the 25-year-old victim out of "personal hostility".

It was not clear when the incident occurred. The men - who have not been named - have been charged with murder.

The investigators said on Friday that the body of the man had been found in a forested area near a public transport stop in Perm.

They said the three men attacked their victim with knives and a hammer.

"After carrying out the attack, the corpse was dismembered. Part of it was eaten and part was also sold to a kebab and pie kiosk," their statement said.

It was not immediately clear if any customers had been served.

Eat up!

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Comments (13)

"Personal hostility." Thank... (Below threshold)

"Personal hostility." Thank goodness it wasn't a "hate crime" or they'd REALLY be in trouble for killing, cooking and eating the guy!

"It was not immediately ... (Below threshold)

"It was not immediately clear if any customers had been served"

A slice of muscle pie with vodka sounds kind of tasty.

The secret is the marinade.... (Below threshold)

The secret is the marinade.

Well that gives new meaning... (Below threshold)

Well that gives new meaning to the phrase "I'll have some white meat".

Just wait for PETA to get w... (Below threshold)

Just wait for PETA to get wind of this their going to send their dumb vegetarian starter kits to those three

In this case PETA wouldn't ... (Below threshold)
Upset Old Guy:

In this case PETA wouldn't be wrong, meat was murder.

From an advertising viewpoint, this highlights the inherent problem i've always had with statements like "two all meat patties". Always insist on a species being identification.

And for when you're in the marketplace, if in doubt - ask for a wing.

Next time Mrs Lovett try th... (Below threshold)
JustRuss IT1(SW) USN [reitred]:

Next time Mrs Lovett try the priest, its really good.

Gives a new meaning to "min... (Below threshold)
Nancy's Nazi:

Gives a new meaning to "mincemeat pie"


excuse me

I wonder how deep fried ten... (Below threshold)

I wonder how deep fried tendonloins with blood gravy would go over?

I can understand the attrac... (Below threshold)

I can understand the attraction of the 'free-range' meats, however, I prefer my protein raised in a more controlled environment. think Eloi. I would think there could be a very gamey flavor in this particular case. Possibly the advanced age would also lend itself to a toughened texture.

Could I have one commie keb... (Below threshold)
Eneils Bailey:

Could I have one commie kebab special on a stick with red sauce?

I'm surprised they didn't t... (Below threshold)
James H:

I'm surprised they didn't turn themselves in. I mean, if I'd done that, it'd be eating away at me ....

Ha ha, bite Your tounge Jam... (Below threshold)

Ha ha, bite Your tounge James H..






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