Swedish prosecutor said he was indicted for a woman to commit sexual acts in breach with skeleton and punishable by up to jail for disturbing the peace of the dead.
Coincidentally, police found a complete skeleton, skulls and box full of other pieces of bone when I went to inspect the communication for the shooting of her apartment in the city of Gothenburg.
According to the court document published by the plaintiff on its website that police had found a CD titled "Crave for the dead" and "my first experience," and images of women which are sexual acts with the skeleton.
Cristina Airenborg said Stavas Reuters "is fond of the dead .. has pictures of the morgues, churches and graves."
The accused woman (37 years) also is not working the sale of human bones to the artist in Uppsala in eastern Sweden last summer.
The trial begins next week was punishable with up to two years in prison.