"It’s not every day I will have a piece of human flesh which is mine and which it is possible to eat."
“When I got home I sat in my living room and suddenly I had a whim that I should cook the meat,” he told The Local. “I resolved to have this really nice moment, with me and my hip bone."...
Wengshoel took the body part home after a hip replacement operation, boiled it to loosen the meat and ate it with potato gratin and a glass of wine.
And the taste?
“It had this flavour of wild sheep, if you take a sheep that goes in the mountains and eats mushrooms.”
Wengshoel seems to be something of a foodie. And takes a mean photo, as you can see.
(thanks to Christel Broady)