Shocking photographs have emerged of a cannibal by the name of Mad Dog consuming the flesh of a lynched Muslim man for the second time in as many weeks as the clash between Christians and Muslims has been going on reports Daily Mail UK.
In one of the pictures,(See Pictures after the story-WARNING:Extremely Graphic) 'Mad Dog' - real name Ouandja Magloire - cuts a portion of meat from the body of a murdered Muslim lying and burning on a roundabout in a street in Bangui,Central African Republic, with the body of another a few yards away.
In another he is shown licking human blood off of a knife as he stands over the body.
Earlier in the month also, horrific footage emerged from Bangui of Magloire eating the leg of a Muslim who, according to the BBC, was hauled from a bus, battered and then stabbed before being set on fire. Magloire told a BBC reporter at the time that his action was revenge for the murders of his pregnant wife, his sister-in-law and her baby. He claimed that Muslims were responsible and he was angry with them.
'They broke down the door and cut my baby in half. I promised I would get my revenge,' he said.
‘Mad Dog’ spotted his victim on a minibus and followed him after deciding he looked Muslim.
He gathered a crowd of about 20 Christian youths who forced the bus driver to stop and dragged him from the bus.
Without emotion he told the BBC: 'I poured petrol over him. I burned him. I ate his leg, right down the white bone.'
Witnesses did not intervene but recorded the footage on mobile phones, including the act of cannibalism.
One of such footages showed his cheeks bulging as he consumes the flesh.
Witness Jean-Sylvestre Tchya told news agency AFP: 'One of the individuals took hold of an arm and went and bought some bread and starting chewing on the flesh, along with his bread.
'The scene made many people vomit, and some cried out in horror.'
Another witness, Alain Gbabobou, said he watched a man wrap the head up and proclaim that he would 'feast on it'.
According to The Associated Press, the men were killed by residents of the Sango neighbourhood in revenge for the lynching of a taxi driver from Sango a day earlier.
Two other Muslim passers-by escaped to the protection of French and African peacekeeping forces.
The agency understands that Magloire –the cannibal didn't take part in the killings, but turned up in the aftermath.
According to its source, he is the only person in the Central African Republic known to be carrying out acts of cannibalism.
Meanwhile Catherine Samba-Panza, 59, was elected mayor of the Central African Republic and has used her first speech to appeal to both Christians and Muslims to stop the fighting. Speaking to the Christian self-defence militia known as 'anti-balaka' (anti-machete), Samba-Panza said: 'Show your support for my nomination by giving the strong signal of laying down your weapons. She issued a similar appeal to the members of mostly Muslim rebel group Seleka, telling them: 'Stop the suffering of the people. 'Starting today, I am the president of all Central Africans, without exclusion. 'The top priority is to stop people's suffering, to restore security and the authority of the state across the country.'
In another development the European Union today agreed to send up to 1,000 troops to the region to help restore order. The mission, which will deploy in and around the capital and last up to six months, is expected to involve a force numbering between 400 and 1,000.The troops will help back 1,600 French soldiers and the African Union's MISCA force, which currently has 4,400 troops on the ground. International donors also pledged $496 million (£302 million) in aid to the country this year.