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Old 05-11-2006, 03:40 PM   #1
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Beef must be getting expensive in all areas of the world in order for these 2 to try this.*

The pair met at Meiwes's home in Rotenburg in March 2001, where they had sex before Meiwes cut off Brandes's penis, which the men then cooked and attempted to eat.

Meiwes later stabbed and killed Brandes, before cutting him to pieces and freezing parts of his body, some of which he later ate.


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Tastes like chicken! Manchicken, that is...
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Tastes like chicken! Manchicken, that is...
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How do you handle a hungry man... :P
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