In a truly horrifying and sickening story police in London have arrested a man after he purposely unzipped body bags and took photos of dead victims of the Grenfell Tower block fire.
According to Metro.co.uk the unidentified man was arrested near the scene of the latest tragedy to hit the British capital after he was caught by onlookers opening the body bags which contained the remains of the recently deceased.
It is understood the man who has since been charged for sending malicious communications and obstructing a coroner, then uploaded the photos of the dead victims to Facebook.
Although the man claims he only uploaded the photos to the social media website because he wanted to help identify them, police have said they had no option but to arrest the man as his conduct was highly inappropriate.
In a brief press release the Metropolitan Police confirmed that they had detained a 43-year-old man near Latimer Road station in North Kensington at approximately 6pm on Wednesday evening.
However even more surprisingly the man’s horrifying photographs are still reportedly circulating on Facebook despite the general public reporting them to the site.
The man’s sickening and disgraceful actions has drawn criticism from many on the social media website with many questioning his motives and stating that his actions showed little to no respect to the victims and their families.
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