Report: German sadist built soundproof torture chamber

By JPOST.COM STAFF
August 23, 2011 16:49

 
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A German man was arrested last Friday after it was discovered that he had converted his apartment into a soundproof torture chamber in which he planned to rape and mutilate a neighbor of his in Barmbek, Germany, the German Herald reported Tuesday.

The man, aged 30 and identified as Thomas F., was turned in after the 26-year-old woman he captured managed to escape while he was in the bathroom.

The woman, 26, described to police a disturbing compound with barbed wire around the windows, sex toys scattered throughout the room, and also a makeshift operating table complete with medical equipment, the report said.

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