There was a bizarre incident that was reported in Homa Bay County Referral Mortuary after a kin was arrested in the morgue licking blood from a dead body. It is said that the man walked to the morgue and asked to be shown the body of his dead kin and to the dismay of the attendant he started licking the blood of the school teacher who was shot dead on Tuesday night at her home.
"He was caught licking my late sister's blood at the morgue. My late sister's husband and other family members were waiting outside for the postmortem results at the time," Wycliffe Onyango told Mpasho News.
It emerged that after the incident, the man tried to bribe the morgue attendants to keep mum on the issue, but they refused. They raised alarm, drawing a mass of people who wanted to lynch him. It was further established that the said man was identified by the child who survived the attack as one of the killers.
"The child, who survived the nighttime attack where the mother was shot dead, identified the man as one of the killers." Onyango added.
The man has since been arrested and booked at Homa Bay police station awaiting investigation.
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