Tuesday, November 17, 2009


Three Russian men were jailed after they allegedly murdered a man, ate part of is body, and and then sold the remaining parts to a kiosk - where police believe the man's body parts were used for making pies and kabobs.

According to Russian police, an investigation was opened after dismembered parts of the 25-year-old victim were found near a bus stop in the Russian city, Perm. - Perm is located about 720 miles east of Moscow.

Three homeless men were arrested on suspicion of killing the victim with knives and a hammer before chopping up his corpse and eating part of it. Other parts of the victim’s body were sold to a shop to be made into pies and kabobs, according to investigators.

The men, who all have past criminal histories, were jailed on suspicion of murder.

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