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Can­ni­bal pen­sion­er dumped dead husband’s half-eat­en body in a children’s play­ground after she got fed up of the smell

A woman is under inves­ti­ga­tion by Russ­ian police after pulling the part­ly mum­mi­fied and ‘can­ni­balised’ body of her hus­band into a park where young chil­dren were play­ing.

The pen­sion­er, known only as Lydia, dumped her hus­band’s remains near swings and a play­ground in Yeka­ter­in­burg, east­ern Rus­sia.

She then stripped off naked and told hor­ri­fied locals that she had been eat­ing her hus­band, but had decid­ed to take the remains out­side because they had start­ed to smell so bad­ly.

The pensioner, known only as Lydia, dumped her husband's remains near swings and a playground in Yekaterinburg, eastern Russia.
The pen­sion­er, known only as Lydia, dumped her hus­band’s remains near swings and a play­ground in Yeka­ter­in­burg, east­ern Rus­sia.

As chil­dren screamed in ter­ror, she told hor­ri­fied onlook­ers to look away ‘because this is an eerie sight’.

Lyud­mi­la Troshko­va, who was in the park, said: ‘She pulled the corpse into the yard on a blan­ket.

There were peo­ple around and was try­ing to dump the body.

But it did not work out, since the hand caught on a car, and she left the corpse where it fell.

Polya Nechae­va said: ‘She left the remains in the yard near the chil­dren’s play­ground and walked away.’

The face of the part­ly mum­mi­fied body — iden­ti­fied as her com­mon law hus­band Vladimir, 68, a for­mer prison offi­cer — had been ‘gnawed’.

A police offi­cer at the scene said there were signs that she had ‘eat­en’ the human flesh of the man, last seen alive around three weeks ago.

A police officer at the scene said there were signs that she had 'eaten' the human flesh of the man, last seen alive around three weeks ago
A police offi­cer at the scene said there were signs that she had ‘eat­en’ the human flesh of the man, last seen alive around three weeks ago
The face of the partly mummified body - identified as her common law husband Vladimir, 68, a former prison officer - had been 'gnawed
The face of the part­ly mum­mi­fied body — iden­ti­fied as her com­mon law hus­band Vladimir, 68, a for­mer prison offi­cer — had been ‘gnawed

Detec­tives said there was no evi­dence the man had been mur­dered.

The dead man’s son chal­lenged her over what had hap­pened to his father — and where his miss­ing legs were.

But the woman refused to answer him, and the police and the Russ­ian Inves­tiga­tive Com­mit­tee are now prob­ing the case after protests from neigh­bors fol­low­ing their slow response.

Images pub­lished in local media show the corpse lying near a car with dozens of chil­dren stand­ing near­by watch­ing from the play­ground in the city of Yeka­ter­in­burg in cen­tral Rus­si­a’s Sverdlovsk Oblast region.

Police and the Russian Investigative Committee are now probing the case after protests from neighbors following their slow response
Police and the Russ­ian Inves­tiga­tive Com­mit­tee are now prob­ing the case after protests from neigh­bors fol­low­ing their slow response

Neigh­bours said a hor­ri­ble smell began ema­nat­ing from the wom­an’s flat two months ago.

Police spokesper­son Yev­geniy Krukov said: ‘Accord­ing to pre­lim­i­nary reports, the wife tried to throw out her hus­band’s remains. She man­aged to drag the remains into the yard where the play­ground is and left them sev­er­al metres from a dump­ster.’

Accord­ing to Krukov, the pre­lim­i­nary exam­i­na­tion of the hus­band’s remains indi­cate that his death was nat­ur­al.

Lyudmila Troshkova, who was in the park, said: 'She pulled the corpse into the yard on a blanket
Lyud­mi­la Troshko­va, who was in the park, said: ‘She pulled the corpse into the yard on a blan­ket

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