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The first winner of the Mr Gay UK contest has been charged with murdering a man amid fears he planned to eat the corpse.
Anthony Morley, 35, was held after Damian Oldfield’s body was found at a house in Harehills, Leeds, with a chunk cut out of the right leg.
Police are said to have found human flesh diced as though “for cooking”.
Officers are now having to consider the possibility that the killer had “eaten some of the flesh.”
They were alerted after a man, covered in blood and wearing a white nightgown and slippers, went into a nearby kebab shop.
Police discovered advertising executive Mr Oldfield, 33, had been stabbed to death.
Morley, from Doncaster, was crowned Mr Gay UK in 1993 when he was 20.
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