I’m Tired of Eating Human Meat


A man who was caught with human flesh has made a shocking confession
that has left many people completely flustered.
According to Daily Sun SA, a man who was found in possession of human
parts allegedly told Escourt cops he was "tired of eating human
Escort Cops spokesperson Colonel Thembeka Mbhele said the suspect
walked into the Estcourt cop shop on Friday night and confessed to the
cops on duty.

"When he was questioned, he produced part of a human leg and a hand.
Further investigation led police to a house in the Rensburgdrift area
in Estcourt where police were met with a foul smell, and more human
remains were found.

"A second suspect was also arrested in Estcourt. A third suspect, who
is a Sangoma (herbalist), was arrested in Amangwe area where more body
parts were found.
"It is alleged that the suspects defiled, killed and cut up the body
of a woman, which they then ate. The allegations by the suspect are
that they would r*pe and kill the victims before they could cut them
into pieces and eat their parts," said Mbhele.
She said police were still investigating if there are other people who
had died at the hands of the suspects.
"We urge those who have family relatives missing to come forward so
that samples can be taken to perform DNA tests," she said.

A source said there were suspicions that the three may have violated
graves as well.
"They face r*pe, murder and charges relating to possession of human
tissue," said Mbhele.
Ward councillor Mthembeni Majola said he could not believe his eyes
when one of the suspects led community members and police to where the
body of a women was buried.
"It was buried under big rocks and we had to call a TLB machine to
remove the rocks. They showed us the body parts in one of the houses.
They admitted that they were waiting for the body parts to attract
maggots. Apparently maggots collect money for them."

He said a community meeting had been called for today.
"There had been a lot of rumours that foreign nationals were the ones
killing people. None of those arrested is a foreign national. As
community members we need to discuss how we are going to deal with
this. We have also called izinyanga to the meeting. They need to
distance themselves from this," he said.
Majola said the meeting will be held at Esigodlweni community hall.

Three suspects are expected to appear in the Estcourt Magistrate's
Court on Monday for being in possession of human remains.

Source: Tori

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