‘Eunuch maker’ arrested after ‘castrating men live on TV from his apartment’

He explained that he decided to have his own genitals removed because he wanted to “look like a Ken doll with nothing there.”

He also claimed to have kept the removed appendages in his freezer or stored them in alcohol inside his apartment.

The man insisted he carried out the operation in a “very professional” manner, but neighbors on the residential street described seeing ambulances arriving on the property regularly.

They also described having suspicions that a large black tent existed in the back garden of the property.

In the online interview, the suspect explained how he performed the procedure using a castration device known as Burdizzo in order to “help others achieve their goal”.

When police raided the apartment the first week of December, they spent more than a week at the scene removing computers and other potential evidence.

A neighbor said: “The police action lasted about 10 days, it lasted a long time. They came in with masks and PPE. There was a policeman outside the house for 24 hours. I saw it [the suspect] about three weeks ago.

When asked what happened, the suspect told a neighbor it was something to do with his “dodgy roommate”.

Suspicions aroused by the “big black tent”

The neighbor added: “I remember the police were rummaging through the bins, I had no idea what they were looking for. I don’t know the man who lived there but I think he is disabled, he he is missing a leg. I was worried because there was a school across the street.

Another local said: “The police had taken him to a nearby hotel while they searched his flat. The minute they finished the investigation he came back to the flat and put the Christmas decorations back on. in place.

“There is a big black tent in his garden. Not sure why you would have that when it is a north facing garden with a large overhanging tree.

A Metropolitan Police spokesperson said: ‘Between Tuesday December 7 and Friday December 10, 2021, officers from the Met’s Central Specialist Crime command conducted a search warrant at a residential address in the Finsbury Park area of ​​the part of an investigation into an allegation of serious bodily harm.

“A man in his 40s has been arrested in connection with this investigation and is currently out on bail. Six other suspects have also been arrested and released on bail in connection with the case. The other suspects are all male, in their 30s, 40s, 50s and 60s.

“The MPS will not comment on the background to the incident or GBH’s method.”

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