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Shock­er! Wife Butch­ers Hus­band Uses His Body Parts to Cook Rice (Pho­tos)

Can­ni­bal­ism is seen as one of the dark­est taboos in many cul­tures. But beyond the social stig­ma of eat­ing fel­low humans, there’s a strange dan­ger that comes with can­ni­bal­ism.

The police in the Unit­ed Arab Emi­rates (UAE) has said that a woman alleged­ly killed her boyfriend and served his remains in a tra­di­tion­al dish.

Accord­ing to reports, the alleged victim’s broth­er was vis­it­ing the sus­pect to ask about his sib­ling when he spot­ted a tooth in her blender, pros­e­cu­tors say.

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Although she told him they had bro­ken up, his sus­pi­cions were aroused and he called in the police. At first the woman denied involve­ment but then broke down and said that she had killed him dur­ing a “moment of insan­i­ty,”

They added that the Moroc­can native also claimed that she had sup­port­ed the vic­tim dur­ing their sev­en-year rela­tion­ship, and then he told her that he was going to mar­ry some­one else in her home­land.

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It is then alleged that she butchered his body and minced it in a blender. She report­ed­ly told inves­ti­ga­tors that she used the meat to cook mach­boos, a dish made from rice, spices, and typ­i­cal­ly, lamb.

She is then alleged to have served this to a group of con­struc­tion work­ers near­by in order to get rid of the evi­dence. The left­overs were fed to neigh­bour­hood dogs.

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The sus­pect alleged­ly asked a friend for help to clean the house. While she noticed the blood­stains, the friend is not thought to have wit­nessed the crime.

Inves­ti­ga­tors did not offer details on how she car­ried out the killing, but they said that the woman faces a court date once the inves­ti­ga­tion is com­plete.

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