Just when you think you know a guy he f*cking kills you half-way through the main course and then eats one of the more beefy parts of your back. Mfanimpela Msibi (good luck with that pronunciation) got into an argument during dinner and stabbed his friend Musi Makhanya to death. Then sh*t got really real as he carved-out a chunk of flesh from Musi's dead back, grilled it, walked into the living room with his plate, and ate the f*cking thing right infront of his family. Musi's only saving grace in this whole stupefying event is that Msibi, a vegetable farmer by trade, can't grill humans for shit, undercooked the flesh, and couldn't even enjoy his kill. Fucking amateur cannibals.
After his family realized what was happening they ratted him out to the police. If you're thinking that his family noticed Musi was suddenly absent or saw dead body and figured out what happened, you'd be wrong. These detectives were tipped off there wasn't any meat in the house.
According to the Daily Mail:
He was halfway through his dinner when the incident happened, and it is alleged that he then grilled the meat in the oven and added it to his plate.
He then went into the next room where his family was sitting and started eating.
Police said the suspect and his alleged victim were both aged in their twenties and had been drinking and smoking weed before the murder.
Hleta said officers were called to the scene after Msibi's family's spotted he was eating meat and then saw the dead body.
She said: 'It is claimed that he came through to the other room and started to eat his dinner, but the family were confused as there was no meat in the house. One of them went into the kitchen and saw the victim lying in a pool of blood. They called the police and when the officers arrived he was still finishing his meal. It seemed that he had not cooked the flesh properly all the way through and it had proven to be chewier than he expected.'
This is completely f*cked up, I'll give you that. But the only depressing part of this, from my "at least this shit didn't happen to me and it probably never will" vantage point, is that the kingdom known as Swaziland is an actual place and not some over-the-top shrine of all things Swazye that cycles "Road House" & "Point Break" on repeat.