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A possible new cannibal story from China

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A man in Hong Kong is accused of luring his parents to his apartment and then killing them, chopping them up, and cooking them. He was allegedly upset because they had cut him financially; he’s 30. There is no mention in the article that he actually ate them, but I can’t think of another reason you would kill someone, chop them up, and then cook them with rice.

He allegedly had help in the caper which the police solved when they discovered his parents’ heads in the freezer. He’s on trial now, so more details should be coming out, including if he consumed his parents, or just cooked them and stuck their body parts in refrigerators.

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