A SPANISH waiter allegedly killed his mum and chopped her up into 1,000 pieces – before sharing them with his pet dog.
Twisted Alberto Sanchez Gomez, 26, is said to have calmly told detectives how he butchered frail OAP Maria Soledad Gomez and stuffed her remains into tupperware containers.
El Pais Waiter Alberto Sanchez Gomez reportedly confessed to butchering his mum
Cops found what was left of the 66-year-old’s remains stuffed in several large plastic containers at her dingy flat in Madrid.
Several of her vital organs were missing, and her intestines were mixed in with domestic waste.
Police sources claimed he fried his mum’s body parts before feeding them to his dog.
Neighbours claimed Sanchez – who is due to appear in court on murder charges today – spend his days sponging off his mum and drinking on park benches until the early hours.
One told El Pais: “Many nights he’d be sitting on a bench in a little square near the flat till two in the morning.
“He seemed out of it as if he was on drugs. He wouldn’t even realise you had gone past.
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“He’d steal valuables from his mum and spend the cash on drugs.”
A spokesman for the National Police in Madrid added: “A 26-year-old man has been arrested in Madrid for allegedly dismembering his mum.
“Officers have found part of her remains in Tupperware storage containers. The victim had been missing for a month.”
Solarpix Armed cops arrested him last week
Solarpix Her remains were found stuffed in several tupperware containers
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