The Indian husband beheads his wife and enters the police station with his HEAD in a bag because he was having an affair
- Marido told the police that he had "lost his temper" after seeing his wife with his rival
- The officers at the station said the incident was "something new for us".
- The 35-year-old entered the police station brandishing a machete
Terri-ann Williams for Mailonline
This is the horrible moment when a man enters a police station and takes his wife's severed head out of a black plastic bag.
Satish, 35, entered the police station in South India, brandishing a machete and proclaiming that he had murdered his wife, Roopa.
A police officer recorded the moment on his smartphone, while Satish left his bag on the floor and took out the severed head of his wife and held her with one hand.
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Satish, 35, entered the station brandishing a machete and took his wife's head out of a bag
& # 39; This is my wife, sir. I gave him all the love I could, "he tells the shocked policemen before shouting:" Put him back inside! "
Satish then places his head in the bag, at the police station in the city of Ajjampura, in the district of Chikkamagaluru, in the state of Karnataka, in southern India.
He then told the officers that his wife had been cheating on him and that he had lost his temper after seeing them together.
Satish told the officers at the station that he had given his wife all the love that he could & # 39;
He continues to beat his wife's character, complaining that she had chosen her rival, Sunil over him, even though the man apparently had a criminal record and was employed as a manual worker.
Satish told the police that Roopa had even obtained a loan of 300,000 INR (3,170 GBP) and had given the money to his lover.
The officers who attended had to calm Satish down so that they could take his statement in order to begin proceedings to start a formal murder investigation.
Inspector Ramachandra Nayak said Satish had been left in police custody after showing the officers where he had left the rest of his wife's body.
Representative Annamalai said: "Generally, in the area of Ajjampura, whoever commits a murder surrenders to the police, but someone entering and placing his head on the sub-inspector's table was something new for us."