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Its enough to give one indigestion.  Yuck, in  another horrifying occurance of human flesh-eating , a student in Maryland allegedly admitted to devouring his roommate’s brain and heart.  Not so yummy!

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Alexander Kinyua, a 21-year-old Morgan State University student says yup, I did it  to charges of murdering his roommate Kujoe Bonsafo Agyei-Kodie, who was reported missing about a week ago .   

According to the Baltimore Sun, Kinyua’s father called police late Tuesday night when Kinyua’s brother reportedly found human remains — a head and two hands — in a metal tin in the basement. The brother and father left the room for a short time, but when they came back, the body parts had been moved and Kinyua was washing out the tin.

Officers searched the house and arrested Kinyua. The man allegedly confessed not only had he killed Agyei-Kodie by cutting him up with a knife and then cutting him apart, he also ate parts of the victim’s brain and all of his heart. He then allegedly deposited most of the remains in a dumpster behind a church in Joppatowne.

Sort gives a whole new meaning to taking a bite out of crime.

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