A family who received their missing grandfather's severed head in the post, stuffed inside a box of mayonnaise say they were sent the gruesome package by police.
Veronica Sosa says she was sent her grandad Luis' skull by police after it was found in a rubbish dump.
It had originally been thought to belong to a missing 40-year-old woman in the city of General Roca in the Rio Negro province in central Argentina.
But a forensic examination revealed it was the skull of a man, and it was later identified as belonging to Luis Sosa, in his late 70s, who went missing from his home on January 10 last year.
His family claim to have been told they could not have his remains until an investigation has been concluded.
Ms Sosa said the fact only the head had been found indicated foul play but the family had received no details of any investigation from prosecutors.
Instead, they suddenly received the Hellman’s mayonnaise box in the post and say they cannot bury the remains as they haven’t received a death certificate from the authorities.
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“Can their treatment of you be more rubbish?,” Ms Sosa wrote alongside a photo of the box.
“One year and eight months waiting for you and looking for you, and they deliver you as if you were nothing! Like this! In a box of mayonnaise.”
Ms Sosa said she was posting the pictures of her grandfather and of the box for one reason.
“So people can see the pieces of sh*t that we have in control of our legal system,” she said.
“We are only a number to them and those that do not stay quiet are regarded as a nuisance!
“You are going to have to keep working Mr District Attornies because, I am not going to stop until I know what happened to Don Sosa, my grandfather!
“When I find out you will not have any place to hide. Luis Sosa was made to disappear! Luis Sosa did not allow himself to die in a garbage dump. Luis Sosa is not a skull. Something happened to Luis Sosa.”
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