Absurd: Man Kills His Colleague in South Africa, Removes His Intestines, Takes Selfies (images)


Wonders, as often said by Nigerians shall never end and this, describes an absurdly gory incident which took place in South Africa when a man killed his colleague, removed his intestines and then went ahead to take selfies with the lifeless body of victim

According to a report by Trendy Gists, a heart wrenching video has been making rounds on social media where an employee was seen brutally killing his Co worker in broad daylight.

In the video, the suspect confidently cut off the victim’s stomach and took selfies on Friday Afternoon in Sibanye Stillwater, South Africa.

Trendygists gathered from the video that before proceeding with the inhumane act, the suspect had two knives on him. One big knife and a smaller one which he first stabbed the victim in his side, before he started cutting off the victim’s head.

After succeeding in cutting off his head, the man was seen kicking the victim’s head away from his body.

He then proceeded to cut open the Stomach of the victim and ate something from the man’s gut. When all these shocking things were done, the man took out his cellphone, sat next to the victim’s body and took selfies.

James Wellsted, the Executive Vice President of Investor Relations and Corporate Affairs at Sibanye-Stillwater and Captain SB Sibiya, SAPS Spokesperson in the District confirmed the incident.

“The men are said to have had a history of hostility between them,” Wellste said. “One man (victim) was an employee of Sibanye, whilst the other (suspect) had previously worked for the company but was no longer employed by us.”

Wellsted could not confirm that security guards had locked the victim out when he was looking for an escape from his killer, but said that this was still under investigation.

He also said that the shocking murder took place just outside Sibanye-Stillwater property in the informal trading area by the gate.

“The suspect was arrested and charged with Murder,” says Captain Sibiya of the SAPS.


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