Friday, May 10, 2013

 

Amputated limbs found in Polish warehouses


A Polish businessman faces up to 12 years in prison for endangering public health by not properly disposing of body parts.

WARSAW — A Polish businessman who tried to save money by stashing amputated body parts in warehouses instead of incinerating them was exposed by the nose of man's best friend, prosecutors said.

Stray dogs, attracted by the smell, started gathering outside the warehouses, Polish television quoted prosecutors as saying on Friday.

Police were alerted and made the grisly discovery when they searched the compound, broadcaster TVN CNBC reported.
The owner of the company, in the southern city of Katowice, could be sentenced to up to 12 years in prison for endangering public health, the station quoted prosecutors as saying.

Prosecutors could not immediately be reached for comment.

According to the report, the company had contracts with around 300 medical hospitals and clinics to dispose of medical waste, which included amputated body parts.

The broadcaster reported that the company initially buried the waste underground at a private plot, and when space ran out, it started using the warehouses. Prosecutors found 100 metric tons of medical waste that the firm had failed to dispose of properly, the broadcaster said.

by Reuters


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