Aussie woman beheads mother, leaves head outside neighbour’s house: Report

Sydney, July 21

An Australian lady accused of homicide has been sent for a therapeutic appraisal in the midst of reports she beheaded her mom and left the head outside a neighbour’s house.

Police said the body of a 57-year-elderly person was found inside her Sydney home on Saturday night, in what they portrayed as one of the “most horrific” wrongdoing scenes they had seen.

The woman’s 25-year-old little girl was captured in the front nursery of a neighbour’s house after supposedly putting her mother’s head on the trail outside, the Every day Broadcast paper reported.

National supporter ABC said the blamed lady showed up in Parramatta Bail Court by means of video connect on Sunday, telling the court she required therapeutic attention.

The lady has been sent to emergency clinic for restorative evaluation, police affirmed to AFP.

She did not make a difference for bail, ABC added.

Officers said a four-year-old relative saw the occurrence, and was treated in emergency clinic for minor head damage before being come back to his family.

Detective Administrator Brett McFadden said officials who went to the wrongdoing scene had been offered proficient support.

“While police are prepared to react to a wide range of circumstances, there’s no making tracks in an opposite direction from the reality this was a horrendous attack,” he told correspondents in Sydney.

“This is up there with one of the most critical, most terrible scenes police need to bargain with.” — AFP