A boxer murdered his Tinder date because she lied about being a virgin, police say.
Gary Chu is believed to have killed Yee-min Huang after the pair met on the dating app – before going on to kill himself.
Detectives said Chu, 28, is believed to have murdered her in a jealous rage after finding out she was not a virgin.
Officers also suspect Huang, 27, had been cheating on him at the time of the killing.
CCTV captures the moment the couple go into his flat where he is believed to have killed and then dismembered her – dumping her body in rubbish bags.
Chu was an MMA fighter and boxer living in New Taipei City in Taiwan – he killed himself days after the death of Huang.
He killed himself days after the death of Huang.
Police found a suicide note with the words “she wronged me” when he was discovered hanged.
Chu had launched a rant on Facebook before his death as family members searched for missing Huang.
He claimed he “never once hurt her or restricted her freedom” and said “after we met on Tinder, she lied to me saying she was a virgin”.
The MMA fighter also claimed she kept coming back to him when he tried to break-up with her.
Chu said: “I felt deceived and betrayed when I found out she had been lying and also cheating on me with other men.”
Huang’s brother contacted the police who searched Chu’s apartment.
Authorities found CCTV of her going into the flat on May 20.
And then footage of Chu carrying seven bin bags from his flat in the early hours of May 22.
Cops discovered his girlfriends’ remains scattered in a flower bed near the property on May 27.
Chu was found hanged the next day near Ministry of Health and Welfare Hospital in Xinzhuang District.
Taiwanese media reports a woman claiming to be his ex-wife has come forward – saying he was abusive.
She also claims he imprisoned her against her will and shared pictures of her injuries.
Detectives are continuing to investigate the shocking case.
Huang’s brother Francis was the one to notice she had gone missing on May 26.
He launched an appeal for her whereabouts that led them to Chu’s flat and the remains of Huang.
SOURCE: Henry Holloway