Authors: Carmen Cox
(BERLIN) -- In a mug shot taken moments after his arrest, a stone-faced Luka Magnotta, accused of hacking up his young lover and mailing his body parts to Canadian government officials, stares steely-eyed into the camera, a stark contrast to the dozens of smiling images the rakish porn actor posted of himself online.
Nabbed by police at a Berlin Internet cafe Monday, Magnotta, 29, Tuesday was ordered held pending his extradition, and his mug shot was released.
Police confirmed Tuesday that Magnotta, accused of killing Chinese student Jun Lin, 33, and mailing his severed body parts to Canadian government offices, also likely ate parts of the man's body and videotaped the gory feast.
The video also allegedly contains images of Magnotta stabbing a bound naked man with an ice pick, having sex with parts of the corpse, and putting a fork and knife to his victim's body.
Magnotta is currently being held in a Berlin jail awaiting an extradition hearing. He could be returned to Canada as early as this week.
Magnotta was the subject of an Interpol "red notice," and on Sunday the international police organization posted three photos of a man passing through security at an unidentified airport. In the photos, a man who appeared to be Magnotta had been circled in red.
His alleged victim, Lin, was last seen on May 24 and was reported missing to the Chinese consulate on May 29, according to the Montreal Police Department.
On the same day, a human foot was found by a receptionist who received a blood-soaked package at the Ottawa headquarters of the Conservative Party of Canada. A second package containing a hand was seized at a post office in Ottawa later in the day.
A janitor in Montreal found a male torso in a suitcase behind an apartment building in the Cote-des-Neiges neighborhood. Magnotta was a resident of that building, and Montreal police said he was in a romantic relationship with Lin.
Magnotta, who has appeared in adult films, has previously posted videos of himself torturing animals.
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