A Danish national accused of storing the severed vaginas of 21 women in a freezer has appeared in a Bloemfontein court in South Africa.
Peter Frederiksen, 63, was arrested in September after policemen discovered the rather unusual collection at his South African home.
On Wednesday ahead of his bail hearing, Frederiksen claims the allegations are “totally unfounded” and blamed his wife, who he says, hangs around with witchdoctors".
He told Danish newspaper Ekstra Bladet: "It is my wife who uses the stuff and not me."
When asked if he knew about the horrific collection, he said: "No, no, no.
"I told her many times that she had to pick up the stuff in the refrigerator."
The 63 year old arms dealer and gun shop owner claimed that he had no idea what was in his freezer and obviously laid the blame at his wife’s door step.
According to him, his estranged wife wanted to sell the body parts in Lesotho , closer to South Africa where he owns another gun shop.
Meanwhile, Anna Matseliso Molise, 28, revealed to newsmen that her estranged husband drugged her and mutilated her genitalia while she was incapacitated.
The police also found pictures of female genital mutilation at his property but he claimed he took the pictures of the act in Lesotho and had not carried it out in South Africa.
In his defense, Peter Frederikson who said he had no idea of what was in the freezer dismissed the accusations against him as "totally unfounded".
He faces charges of sexual assault and violation of female genitals.