British Banker Goes ‘American Psycho’ and Brutally Kills 2 Butannas During Wild Sex Romp

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British Banker Goes ‘American Psycho’ and Brutally Kills 2 Butannas During Wild Sex Romp

Brutal banker Rurik Jutting charged after killing 2 prostitutes in a luxury apartment in Hong Kong.

Police have charged British banker Rurik Jutting over the brutal murder of two sex workers in Hong Kong.

Jutting attended University of Cambridge and Winchester College and until recently worked for Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
When police  reached the apartment in the southeast corner of the building, Rurik Jutting, 29, opened the door. The British banker was covered in blood. “You can see for yourself,” he said, according to local media reports.

One of the women – aged between 25 and 30 – was found with wounds to her neck and buttock, and pronounced dead at the scene.

Inside, lying on a blood-soaked carpet, was the naked, lifeless body of a young Asian woman. She had stab wounds to her neck and buttocks, police said.

Eight hours later, officers discovered a second naked body wrapped in a carpet and stuffed in a small black Chanel suitcase on the sweltering balcony, police sources said. The second victim, whose head was almost completely separated from her neck, had been dead for several days and the body was decomposing.

According to friends and staff at local bars, the women were Indonesian and involved in the sex trade. Mr Jutting was seen on CCTV returning to his apartment with one victim just hours before his phone call, police said. Officers reported a large number of weapons at his flat, including a foot-long carving knife.
Answering the door at the home this morning a tired looking man, believed to be Rurik’s father Graham, told reporters “Please respect our privacy.”

The picturesque Grade II listed manor, which is set behind wrought iron gates and surrounded by woodland, was built in 1861 and was the inspiration for Ernest Shepard’s illustration of Kenneth Grahame’s children’s classic The Wind in the Willows.

Sky News reports Jutting had worked for Merrill Lynch from 2010 until only a couple of days ago, spending three years at their offices in London before moving to Hong Kong in July last year. Before that he worked at Barclays in London.

Officers were called to the address – reportedly an apartment – in the early hours and later seized a knife.

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A statement from Hong Kong Police said: “Police are investigating a murder case in Wan Chai in the small hours of yesterday in which a foreign woman aged between 25 and 30, and another woman were killed.

“At about 3.42am, a 29-year-old foreign man made a report and requested police to investigate a case in a unit at 60 Johnston Road, Wan Chai.
Rurik Jutting

“Police sped to the scene and an unconscious woman aged 25 to 30 was found lying inside the unit. Sustaining cut wounds to her neck and buttock, the woman was certified dead at scene.

“In the course of investigation, police found a suitcase at the balcony of the unit, and a female dead body with neck injuries was found inside the suitcase.”

ReutersSex worker deathMurder Probe: A policeman checks the balcony of the flat where the women were found
“Police arrested the 29-year-old man at the scene for murder. He is being detained for enquiries. A knife was seized at the scene,” the spokesman continued.

“Post-mortem examinations will be conducted later to ascertain the causes of death of the deceased.”

A Foreign Office spokeswoman said: “We can confirm that a British national has been arrested in Hong Kong. “We are in touch with the local police and stand ready to provide consular assistance.”

Neighbours of the Jutting family today  spoke of their shock after waking up to the news that Jutting had been arrested on suspicion of double murder.

One resident, who lived next to the 29-year-old’s childhood home, said he had been shocked by the news and described the family as a “nice enough” and who were “quiet and kept themselves to themselves.”

ReutersWan Chai murdersCrime Scene: A policeman takes a photo on the balcony of a unit in which two women’s bodies were found
He said he remembered Rurik and his brother, Auryn, living with their parents, Helen and Graham, at the Grade II listed home in Chertsey, Surrey, as teenagers.

After Rurik moved away to study law at Cambridge University, his parents moved into a grand Victorian home in nearby Cobham.




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