Lots of weirdness going on in Ukraine. While Dnepropetrovsk Maniacs take the cake for the utmost brutality, the ending of Alexander Novikov doesn’t come too short of an extreme either. The dead body of Alexander Novikov (whose name coincides with Russian World War II air marshal) was discovered in the sewer manhole in Ukrainian city of Makeevka (Donbass region) by students were on their way home from school. These kids noticed human feet connected to bones stripped off meat sticking out of the sewer, alerted Ukrainian police who launched investigation. The findings of the new age cannibalism were shocking:
48 year old Alexander Novikov was a Makeevka resident and neighbor to Oxana Domanskaya and Edward Shutov. 34 year old Oxana Domanskaya was the mistress of 36 year old Edward Shutov who invited Alexander Novikov to party in their house. Since we’re talking about a party in the Ukraine, alcohol was absolutely involved and after they were all wasted, Alexander Novikov got into altercation with Edward Shutov. The fight got bloody and Edward Shutov ended up murdering Alexander Novikov who pissed him right off.
With dead body in their house, the couple was plotting a plan on how to safely get rid of it. That’s when Oxana Domanskaya proposed to use Alexander Novikov’s flesh as food. The two pulled their kitchen knives and started slicing dead Alexander Novikov up and stored his meat in the fridge. What was left of him was then thrown to the sewer hatch (amateurs – what did they expect out of throwing the left overs in the sewer?).
When the police busted the Makeevka house of Oxana Domanskaya and Edward Shutov, they found traces of Alexander Novikov’s blood and a bag with his flash in the kitchen. Frying pan was atop the gas stove with fresh human flesh getting crisped for supper.
I do not know whether they had previously eaten any of dead man’s flesh or whether this stir fry was their first attempt at cooking some of Alexander Novikov. Do you think human flesh tastes like chicken? And while I realize this took place all the way in Ukraine, it still gives whole new perspective to neighbor relations. I will arm up next time I’m invited to a drinking party with my neighbors.