The husband carries his wife’s severed head in northern India

The husband carries his wife’s severed head in northern India
The husband carries his wife’s severed head in northern India

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A man was filmed walking down the street covered in blood carrying his wife’s severed head.

According to police, Chinnar Yadav attacked his wife Vimla with a sharp weapon after a heated argument. The sunReports.

Yadav was then filmed carrying his wife’s severed head to the local police station in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.

The shocking video, filmed on October 9, shows him walking down the street, his wife’s bloody head by his hair and holding a gun in the Neta Nagar district of Banda.

Police said Yadav also injured his neighbor during the attack after accusing the couple of infidelity.

The video ends when Yadav tries to enter the Baberu Police Station to surrender. He was then arrested when the police were retrieving a gun.

Police Deputy Superintendent Mahendra Pratap Chauhan said, “After a heated argument, the defendant attacked his wife with a sharp weapon, killed her, and then beheaded her.

He then carried his wife’s severed head to Baberu Police Station, where it surrendered. The defendant was arrested and the gun was also recovered from him by the police. ”

This story originally appeared in The Sun and has been reproduced with permission

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