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Man Reportedly Eaten By Cannibal Lover Took Alcohol And Viagra Before Their Date

Story By: Georgina Jadikovska, Sub-Editor: Marija Stojkoska, Agency: Newsflash

A man who was reportedly eaten by his cannibal lover during their sex date had taken a cocktail of beer and Viagra to boost his self-confidence and had then shaved his private parts prior to the incident.

The information was revealed during the second day of the trial where maths and chemistry teacher Stefan R., 41, is on trial for eating his date identified as Stefan Trogisch, 43.

A friend of the victim revealed that the deceased man prepared for his rendezvous with Viagra and had set off with a bottle of beer in his pocket.

Maths and chemistry teacher, Stefan R., 41, who was charged for cannibalism and murder of fitter Stefan Trogisch, 43, whose body parts were found in various locations in the city of Berlin in Germany. (Newsflash)

The trial against the geeky teacher accused of the murder, who is facing life imprisonment if convicted, is held in the German capital of Berlin.

Fitter Stefan Trogisch found himself on Stefan R.’s menu after the two of them agreed to meet in the latter’s apartment in Berlin’s second-largest borough Pankow to have sex on 6th September, 2020.

Unaware that Stefan R. had previously looked up online terms associated with cannibalism such as “Longpics” and “Fatten and slaughter people” on the darknet, the 43-year-old man took a cab and headed towards his date’s address.

Fitter Stefan Trogisch, 43, whose body parts were found in various locations in the city of Berlin in Germany after he was allegedly murdered by maths and chemistry teacher, Stefan R., 41, who was charged for cannibalism and murder. (Newsflash)

After they reportedly had sex, R. cut up his lover in his apartment and made dinner out of him, before dumping the remains that he did not find tasty enough in various locations around the German capital.

Some time later walkers discovered a meatless leg bone in a park near the Schonerlinder Chaussee area in the city of Berlin on 8th November, after which more fleshy body parts began to appear.

R. was caught when police found 25 kilos of a cleaning agent called sodium hydroxide, also known as lye and caustic soda, that is also “suitable for dissolving human tissue” in his apartment in November 2020.

Fitter Stefan Trogisch, 43, whose body parts were found in various locations in the city of Berlin in Germany after he was allegedly murdered by maths and chemistry teacher, Stefan R., 41, who was charged for cannibalism and murder. (Newsflash)

Relevant tools such as knives and saws as well as traces of blood were also discovered in his basement.

The teacher who was active in gay was charged with murder on 18th May, whilst the trial against him began on 8th August.

During the second negotiation day (17th August), R. appeared in a green checkered shirt, and sat quietly without making any comments, while several witnesses made statements in front of the judge.

Fitter Stefan Trogisch, 43, whose body parts were found in various locations in the city of Berlin in Germany after he was allegedly murdered by maths and chemistry teacher, Stefan R., 41, who was charged for cannibalism and murder. (Newsflash)

Stefan Trogisch’s roommate and good friend Jan S., 43, said: “We knew each other forever, we lived together for two years. We celebrated, drank, played cards, listened to music.”

The man reported what had happened on the day of the murder: “That night he wanted to meet a sex date that he got to know on the internet. These dates happened often and I didn’t care who he met. He met women and couples, including prostitutes. I didn’t know he met men too.”

According to Jan S. after his friend shaved his private parts “he took a beer and a sexual enhancer, left the apartment and never came back.”

Fitter Stefan Trogisch, 43, whose body parts were found in various locations in the city of Berlin in Germany after he was allegedly murdered by maths and chemistry teacher, Stefan R., 41, who was charged for cannibalism and murder. (Newsflash)

Another friend of the victim identified as Nico B., 45, said: “He enjoyed life. He was very sexually active. I didn’t know his preferences. I thought he was straight. He was in top shape, except for his asthma. Took Viagra, sometimes cocaine, and weed too.”

Taxi-driver Tuncer A., 44, who took Trogisch to his preferred location stated: “He wanted to go to Parkstrasse to Pankow. I entered it into the GPS. But he preferred to continue on the S-Bahn to Storkower Strasse, so he got off.”

According to the Supreme Court the dismemberment of a corpse for concealment is not a criminal offence.

The criminal police of the city of Berlin in Germany investigating the case and looking for the victim’s body parts. (Newsflash)

The next trial date was scheduled for Thursday, 24th August, while the final verdict is expected on 21st October.