A young woman, who worked as a welding operator, beheaded her colleague, who was trying to have sex with her.
The gruesome tragedy took place at night of October 8, in Russia's Sverdlovsk region. Two or three months ago, the woman named only as Ramila, a native of Bashkiria (born in 1984), got acquainted with her co-worker. The man, Murat, was a native of Uzbekistan, FederalPress reports.
The night before the murder, the man came to Ramila's and brought alcohol beverages along. Afterwards, Murat started to hit on the woman. Ramila, being in a state of alcoholic intoxication, was trying to resist.
A fight erupted during the conflict. At some point, the man fell down on the floor. Ramila sat down on his chest, grabbed a kitchen knife and stabbed the man in the throat several times. When the man stopped showing signs of life, the woman separated his head from the body. She threw the head into the pond nearby.
When the woman woke up the next morning, she realized what she had done and went to the nearest police station.
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