A convicted intercourse culprit who’s on trial charged with murdering two girls folks and storing their bodies in a freezer has commended a jury he is a “decent man”.
Zahid Younis, 36, is accused of killing Henriett Szucs and Mihrican Mustafa and hiding their remains, which had been discovered at his flat in April 2019.
Prosecutors mutter he subjected every girls folks to “very distinguished violence”.
Giving proof at Southwark Crown Court, he denied being in a relationship with Ms Szucs.
The defendant mentioned she grew to alter into “obsessed” with him after they had intercourse and that, out of goodness, he would feed her when she came spherical.
Jurors bring collectively heard that Mr Younis used to be once jailed for sexual process with a toddler and for violence in opposition to a separate teenage girl.
Mr Younis mentioned that he could presumably well well even bring collectively carried out “unnatural issues” within the previous, but that the “decency would no longer lunge”.
Duncan Penny QC, prosecuting, commended the defendant he used to be a “dishonest, fabricating, manipulative liar”.
The prosecutor mentioned Mr Younis “went off [Ms Szucs] months later” when he discovered she had once labored as a prostitute.
The prosecution says Mr Younis murdered Ms Szucs in his flat in Vandome Shut, Canning City, east London, after she moved there thinking that he additionally had feelings for her.
Mr Younis claimed that he came dwelling in some unspecified time in the future in October 2016 to bring collectively Ms Szucs ineffective on his sofa.
He then hid her body in a newly-bought freezer with the wait on of a local prison.
He commended jurors earlier that the identical prison – and an older man with a walking stick – brought the body of Ms Mustafa spherical in a wheelie bin in Would possibly perchance simply 2018, forcing him to veil a 2nd body in his freezer.
The prison had threatened to “command everyone I already had a body in my flat”, the defendant mentioned.
Mr Younis mentioned he had handiest temporarily met Ms Mustafa at a pal’s dwelling, denied ever contacting her by phone, and mentioned he did now no longer know how her fingerprint came to be in his flat.
The trial continues.