A Moroccan woman has been accused of killing her lover and serving up his remains to Pakistani workers in the United Arab Emirates, prosecutors say.
Prosecutors say she confessed to police, calling it a moment of "insanity", BBC quoted the local media as reporting.
The Moroccan national, whose name has not been disclosed, is under investigation by Al Ain Public Prosecution for the alleged murder after a tooth was discovered in her blender, Abu Dhabi's English language newspaper The National reported this week.
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Police were called after the man was reported missing by his brother.
TUKO.co.ke gathered the crime was committed in August 2018 but was only recently discovered when a human tooth was found inside her blender by the deceased's brother.
He told the police that when he came to the couple's home in Al Amin in the UAE, the woman shut the door in his face, saying that she had kicked her ex out after he broke the news about his upcoming marriage.
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Police have not revealed how the victim was killed, but said his girlfriend had served up his remains as Machboos, a traditional rice and meat dish, to some Pakistani nationals working nearby. She killed her boyfriend after she found out that he was planning to marry someone else. The woman said she had provided for the man for seven years and could not accept his betrayal.
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