Son Arrested After Mums Head Found In His Fridge

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT

These shocking images show the dismembered body of a woman which was dumped in a rubbish bin and her son has now been arrested after her head was allegedly found in his fridge.

The shocking discovery was made by local residents at a communal bin in a residential area of the city of Orsk in south-western Russia’s Orenburg Oblast region.

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A dismembered corpse of a woman was found in a trash can

Aleksey Firsov from the local police has confirmed the shocking discovery and local media report that the discovered body parts were missing the 62-year-old woman’s arms, legs, hands, feet and head which are believed to have been chopped off by the killer.

Investigators have now arrested her 36-year-old son after the woman’s head was allegedly found in the fridge in his flat. Reports state he has pleaded guilty to the murder and is set to give testimony.

The local authorities contacted the organisation in charge of managing the rubbish in the city to try to get hold of other rubbish bags which could contain the missing body parts.

The organisation then had to bring rubbish that had already been taken away to a landfill back to cops to help the investigation.

Credit: CEN/@plohie_novosti_18
A dismembered corpse of a woman was found in a trash can

Reports state the victim’s arms and legs, missing the hands and feet, were found in a buried container in a nearby garden.

Netizen ‘elena lukina’ said: “This is Autumn, this period is known for all the crazy people getting even crazier. And this happened during a strong Aries Full Moon, the low atmospheric pressure… There was a whole bunch of factors that influenced it.”

And ‘Aleksandr Stytzenko’ added: “I wonder if we’ve got a new crazed killer in our city…”

Credit: CEN/@plohie_novosti_18
A dismembered corpse of a woman was found in a trash can

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Story By:  Anastasia SmirnovaSub-EditorJoseph Golder, Agency: Central European News


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