A man has been accused of decapitating his grandma and placing her head on the dining table.
Christopher Dias allegedly killed the elderly woman the same day he returned from a de-addiction centre.
It has been claimed the 25-year-old carried out the horrific act at their home on Tuesday. just hours after coming home from the rehabilitation centre.
Rosy Dias's head was displayed on the dining table in their Bandra home after the alleged incident which is said to have taken place at 12:30am.
The 80-year-old's organs had also been ripped apart and thrown around the house, which was covered in blood according to a police officer.
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Dias then called up his dad in Goa and revealed what he had done, it has been claimed.
Cops say his dad flew to Bandra on the next available flight and arrived at the home to see a grisly sight, reports Times of India.
"The father was shocked when he opened the door. He passed out at the sight," said an officer.
He added: "The son was sitting in a pool of blood. When the father ask the son about what he had done, the youth told him with a smile that he had killed his grandmother."
The 25-year-old man was taken to Bandra police station where he stayed calm and kept smiling during questioning, it has been claimed.
He has been charged with murder, according to Deputy commissioner of police, Abhishek Trimukhe.
Dias had been attending rehab for the last 18 months, however he was sent home when his parents did not pay the Rs 6 lakh fees.
He had been staying at his grandma's house, as his parents reside in Israel, and his dad had only come to India for a visit, reports Times of India.
It has also been claimed when he arrived at the home, his grandma had served him and his cousins food.
However, his uncle was not happy with his cousins hanging out with him.
An officer said: "Christopher's cousins had come downstairs to meet him, but their father scolded them and told them to keep a distance from him."
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