June 22, 2010

Well, nobody's perfect

Especially not French amateur surgeons/cannibals. Or, apparently, their prison guards...

A French prisoner killed his cellmate then sliced open his chest to remove and eat his heart, a court has heard.
However, the man removed the wrong organ, and ate his lung by mistake.

Nicolas Cocaign, 39, appeared in court in the northern city of Rouen for allegedly killing Thierry Baudry in January 2007 by punching and kicking him, stabbing him with a pair of scissors and suffocating him with a rubbish bag.

Mr Cocaign then allegedly sliced open Baudry's chest with a razor blade, removed a rib and pulled out an organ which he believed was the man's heart, but which in fact was a lung.

He is accused of eating part of the lung raw and then frying the rest of it with some onions on a makeshift cooker in the cell in the Rouen prison.

Leaving aside the fact that the beating and stabbing might have been, I dunno, a little bit noisy, how do you miss a heat source in a prison cell? And how do you get onions in there? Oh, wait...



Well, at least Paul Sorvino never resorted to cannibalism.

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