A Frenchman, 36-year-old, terribly killed his friend and dumped his body parts into a drain after the latter refused to give money for drugs, Wednesday an official said. The shocking incident took place in the central town of Issoire.

A customer of the hair salon reported that the toilets were blocked and the owner called a plumber to check what was wrong when the reality came in front. When the plumber opened a door which was trapped and leads to a drain, he found several pieces of flesh. Later it was discovered by forensic tests that the pieces of flesh were coming from the same body.

After the police started the investigation they became to know that the incident actually took place at the apartment above the hair salon. There was blood on the walls and curtains of the room. In the freezer, they found a brain and human liver.

A man was suspected and identified by the police they visited his home and found bloodstains in his home.

CCTV footage of the town showed that the accused threw three large bags into a bin which were containing blood-stained garments and boarded a train on January 10.

After investigation police came to know that the murderer was an unemployed drug addicted thief.

Eric Maillaud, The public prosecutor for the central Clermont-Ferrand region, said that the suspect confessed Wednesday his crime about killing his 45-year-old friend because his friend had refused to give him money to buy drugs.


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