Just when you thought there was no more cannabilism in the world, we have a report of an adventurer Stefan Ramin aged 40 who landed with his girlfriend on the remote Pacific island of Nuku Hiva. The sailer and adventurer is now feared to have been eaten by natives as human remains, believed to be Stefan Ramin's were found on a campfire in the island.
Reports are that he had been cut into pieces before being roasted by a local tribe — despite claims they had stopped being cannibals decades ago. Stefan and girlfriend Heike Dorsch, 37 had been on a sailing expedition since 2008 and had stopped off at the island on September 16. A long lived tradition on the island is to go goat hunting and had ventured off with a local tribesman.
The guide, named locally as Henri Haiti, later returned alone to tell Heike: "There has been an accident. He needs help." But he is then alleged to have chained her to a tree before attacking her. Hours later Heike managed to free herself from the restraints and alarm local authorities. A team of 22 police officers launched a search of the island, which has a population of just 2,789. Henri Haiti is still missing and the army have now been drafted in to help track him down.