Russian tramps sell body parts to kebab stand
The regional directorate for the central Russian Perm Region reported on Friday that local law enforcement agencies had instigated a criminal case into the incident when three homeless people killed a 25-year-old man and sold his remains to a fast food street outlet.
According to prosecutors, police had found human remains near a bus stop in the city of Perm. Soon, they managed to detain three homeless men who confessed to killing a passer-by “because of personal dislike” using a knife and a hammer. After committing the murder, the tramps dressed the body and ate part of it. Later, they sold the remaining flesh to a fast food stand selling kebabs and pies.
All three of the detained are now in custody pending trial. If convicted, they could face up to 15 years in prison.