A mother in India was shocked and horrified to find her 20-year-old son eating the body of a 7-year-old boy.
The disturbing images can be found here.
The murderer, called Miyan, had lured a small boy away from his friend, decapitated the child, and ingested several parts of the boy.
Police report that they found the victim’s body with cuts to the arms and legs, as well as pieces missing. A police officer described the gruesome scene as something shocking. He found the boy’s body, with the head next to it, and blood everywhere. Parts of the young boy’s skin was missing, and internal organs were scattered around the room.
Miyan surrendered to the police right away, but an angry mob got him before police could take him to jail. Miyan was beaten by the mob. Locals in their town are demanding Miyan be put to death.
The Daily Mail has more on the grisly situation:
A horrified mother found her cannibal son eating a seven-year-old boy he had murdered and beheaded in India, it has emerged.
Nazim Miyan’s mother is said to have found him next to the child’s corpse in an abandoned house in Amariya in northern India’s Uttar Pradesh.
The young victim’s neck, arms and legs had been cut in to several pieces after being lured away from his friends, it has been reported.
A stunned police officer who went to the gruesome scene said: ‘The body was lying on the floor with the decapitated head beside it.
‘The skin on the abdomen was missing and internal body parts and bloodstains were scattered across the room.’
Miyan was sitting near the corpse and surrendered to police without any resistance, he added. But he had been beaten up by locals before he could be taken away.
Police recovered a knife and a shovel from the grisly scene in Pilibhit.
Hundreds gathered outside a police station and demanded Miyan, in his mid-20, should be be killed.
He has been charged with murder and abduction.
Miyan, described locally as a drug addict, apparently lured Mohammad Monis into the house while he was playing outside with other children.
Miyan was incoherent and said nothing about it when quizzed by investigators, said sources.
He was kept in custody when he appeared in court in Pilibhit on Wednesday.
‘We will try to complete the investigation of the case and submit the final charge sheet in court,’ police officer Devranjan Verma told the Hindustan Times.