Horror in the Philippines: A four-year-old child was found dead in a washing machine, his teenage uncle tortured him, then killed him
A missing four-year-old boy was found dead in a washing machine, killed by his uncle, who allegedly tortured him earlier, reported local media.
The child's family filed a missing person report, followed by a search that ended with im Sutgang's monster uncle, whose bedroom investigators say was decorated with Nazi symbols.
The child was playing with his relatives at their home in Manila, Philippines, when he went missing on Friday afternoon. The child's 15-year-old uncle, Patrick Sugang, they entrusted the grandson to him for safekeeping, but he denied knowing where it was.
Two days later, Sutgang's mother smelled a foul smell coming from the teenager's room and found it coming from an unused washing machine covered in rags and books. The woman was horrified when she opened the door of an unused washing machine in the home.
Sutgang was then questioned by the police and charged with murder under the Child Abuse and Exploitation Act, and social services became involved in the case.
The teenager-monster allegedly also sent photos of the gruesome act in a group chat on the Internet, and some of them, according to sources in the investigation quoted by the Philippine media, show the unconscious child in a bed.
The media reports that the murdered boy's uncle was a fan of the serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer and a US sex offender who killed and dismembered seventeen people between 1978 and 1991.