Chef killed his lover, had a bit of his thigh for a snack
Prosecutors say a British chef allegedly killed his gay lover, sliced off part of the dead man’s thigh, cooked it with fresh herbs and tried to eat it. The cannibalism allegations against Anthony Morley, a chef from Leeds, England, highlighted testimony in a murder trial at Leeds Crown Court, The Times of London reported.
Police said they discovered the naked body of 33-year-old Damian Oldfield, an advertising salesman, in Morley’s bed in April, saying it had been stabbed many times. Downstairs in the kitchen, police reported finding six pieces of cooked human flesh on a chopping board and another piece in the trash that had been cooked with herbs and olive oil and chewed by the killer, the newspaper said…
Prosecutors, however, said forensic tests revealed the two men had sex before Morley allegedly slit Oldfield’s throat from behind and then stabbed him repeatedly with two knives. They also contend DNA tests prove the cooked flesh belonged to Oldfield and Morley’s saliva was found on the half-eaten piece.
He forgot the fava beans and a good Chianti.