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Jealous Rage Leads to Cannibalism

Police Line Do Not Cross
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We have a new cannibal story out of South Africa. And this isn’t some “oh, I accidentally ate a little bit of human flesh” cannibal story, either. This involve witnesses seeing the man tearing out a human heart and police discovering him eating it.

It’s a jealous ex-lover story kicked up a notch. A man went to the home of his former lover which she shared with her new lover and gave her money for liquor. She left and when she came back her new lover was dead and her old lover was eating his heart with a knife and fork. Neighbors had looked in and had seen him cutting the heart out of the man’s body. When police arrived he was still eating and, apparently, some of the cops were too unnerved to go in. The attacker was described as having someone else’s blood dripping out of his mouth.

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