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    Pakistan woman 'killed and cooked husband' in Karachi

    Pakistan woman 'killed and cooked husband' in Karachi


    Police in Pakistan say they have arrested a woman for killing and cooking her husband in the southern city of Karachi.

    Zainab Ahmed's nephew was also detained in connection with the murder.

    Neither suspect has made any comment.

    Investigations are still ongoing but police say they believe she drugged her husband after he attempted to rape her daughter from an earlier marriage.

    She then butchered him and cooked some body parts in a broth, police say.

    The stench alerted the neighbours who then contacted the police, officials say.

    Police say that formal charges will be filed in the coming days.


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    I know some Bangladeshi guys, I completely sympathise, I just hope she didn't eat any of that 'shit'.

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    First Publish: 11/24/2011, 7:35 PM




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    Pakistani police on Thursday arrested a woman they say killed her husband and was attempting to cook his body parts, after he planned to take a second wife without her permission.
    According to family law in Islamic Pakistan, a man must get permission from his first wife before his second marriage, but the law is rarely observed.
    Police arrested Zainab Bibi, 32, and her nephew Zaheer, 22, in the Shah Faisal colony of Pakistan's southern metropolis of Karachi, local police commander Nadeem Baig said.
    "They killed Ahmad Abbas, Zainab's husband, and chopped his body into pieces and were about to cook the flesh in a bowl," he told AFP. Baig added both a bowl containing the husbandís diced flesh and knife used in the murder were recovered.
    Television networks reportedly showed gruesome footage of the human flesh in a bowl ready for the stove.
    A neighbor alerted the police to the crime and investigations were ongoing, said Baig.
    "There could be two factors behind her intention to cook the husband. One is to destroy the evidence and the other could be her immense hatred against him for seeking a second wife," he said.

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    The tides are turning in Pakland.

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