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Stefano Brizzi claims PC Gordon Semple’s death was an ‘accident’

By Fabio Crispim

PC Gordon Semple, 59, was strangled to death during a Grindr hookup with Stefano Brizzi, 5o, from South London and new reports suggest that Semple may have been eaten.

Stefano Brizzi, describing the tragic series of events that led up to Gordon’s death to the Old Bailey in London, has denied murder but admits to disposing the body, according to BBC News.

The incident was said to have happened at Brizzi’s flat in Bermondsey, London when the pair engaged in sadomasochistic (S&M) sex which quickly went wrong.

Brizzi attempted to dispose of the body when Semple died but was caught by police with “buckets of flesh and body parts”. The bath in his flat was filled with blue-green acid where Brizzi had attempted to dissolve the body.

Speaking to members of the jury, Brizzi claims the incident was an accident:

“We were obviously two men who were mature, old, in our own fields professionally successful – we were no savages.”

“I would like to stress this was all conensual,” Brizzi adds.

Brizzi said that Semple “insisted” on wearing a dog collar and to be choked. Despite Brizzi thinking it dangerous, he decided to continue anyway.

Brizzi then described how Semple, unable to breathe, died. The pair had a safe word which was “red” but Brizzi claims that Semple never said it.

The trial continues.

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