Siblings identify headless man

By: Apple Ta-as November 04,2014 - 06:50 AM

The headless body found dumped in a shallow pit in Toledo City last Sunday has been identified.

His siblings went to the funeral parlor where his body was brought for autopsy and confirmed that it was their brother, Alonie Olasiman, 39, of Tuburan town.

In an interview with GMA-7 Balitang Bisdak yesterday, Ariel said he identified Alonie through the lump in one of his fingers. He also knows that Alonie had his body tattooed just last Tuesday.

The sister, Maritess, on the other hand, said that the relatives of Alonie’s live-in partner, Epefania Bajes, threatened him because of their shaky relationship.

It was Bajes, 39, who first went to the police to identify Alonie. After seeing Alonie’s tattoo, she was no longer sure of the man’s identify since the last time that she saw Alonie, he did not have a snake head tattoo on his chest.

Chief Insp. Ricky Delilis of Toledo City Police said Alonie and Bajes broke up for a month now.
Alonie’s head and sex organ remain missing.

Alonie’s headless and naked body was found Sunday morning in barangay Biga, Toledo City by one Pauline Versaga who was walking towards her house and saw bloodstains at the grassy portion of the road.

She followed the trail and found the body dumped in a shallow pit.

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