Vegetarian diners discover chunks of murdered man in their dishes
Brad Hunter
November 1, 2018
November 1, 2018 1:54 PM EDT
Cops inspect the blood-spattered kitchen of the Bangkok restaurant where vegetarian patrons were served the flesh of a murdered man. TWITTER
Diners at a vegetarian restaurant in Bangkok were left with a sour taste in their mouths when they discovered they were eating human flesh.
The veggie-loving patrons were initially put off by chunks of meat floating in their food, but then it got worse, according to Asia One.
When one customer dropped a dime on the eatery to cops, something more macabre was discovered.
Police say a missing 61-year-old patron of the restaurant were discovered in the blood-spattered kitchen.
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The victim, Prasit Inpathom, was last seen having drinks at the eatery on Oct. 21. He had allegedly become embroiled in a dispute with the restaurant’s owner and was killed.
Asia One reports that the owner then plotted to serve the dead man’s corpse to his clientele as a way to dispose of it and avoid being caught.
Investigators say the owner has vanished.