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Psycho Man who ate victim's heart to prove he's not gay sentenced to 18 years in prison

To prove he is not gay, a psychopath had to kill the man who accused him and ate his heart to show he is a real man.

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A psycho of a murderer, Andrew Chimboza, who ate his victim’s heart 'to prove he wasn’t gay' has been sentenced to 18 years in prison in South Africa, reports Times Live.

The 35-year-old Zimbabwe citizen, was found guilty of murdering 62-year-old Mbuyiselo Manona in cape Town last June after police found him eating his victim's heart.

Police spokesman, Frederick van Wyk said:

"On the scene, they found a suspect, a Zimbabwean national, busy eating the heart of a human with a knife and fork."

Manona had allegedly attacked Chimboza after accusing him of having sex with his partner, but the younger Chimboza pulled a knife on Manona and stabbed him to death. He then went further to eat the man's heart just to prove he was not gay as he was accused.

Chimboza’s confession to the Cape Town High Court is chilling:

"I then took a knife and slit his throat and continued to stab him. I was so angry that I did not remember how many times I stabbed him or where.

I sit upon him and stabbed him on the chest, tore out his heart and took a knife and then sliced his heart and then I ate his heart.

The reason for me to eat the unknown guy’s heart was to show him that I am not a moffie (gay) and after I finished eating the heart, I realized he was dead."

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