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They say dead men tell no tales. But as fans of hit TV shows such as CSI and Dexter know all too well, bits and pieces of human remains can speak volumes...
Case in point: Polish police recently arrested a 29-year-old woman on suspicion that she is responsible for a fatal hit-and-run accident involving a pedestrian.
According to a report in Agence France-Presse, she might've gotten away with the crime had she not taken her Bimmer in for servicing. Once her car was upon the hoist, the shop's mechanic found parts of a human body jammed into the undercarriage.
"Many traces, including human tissue, were found in the undercarriage of the BMW," Warsaw Police said in a statement.
A source close to the investigation says the mechanic actually found a human nose jammed in the frame of the woman's car.
Police confirmed a 28-year-old male victim was killed in a hit-and-run accident on a small road in the Warsaw area. The man died after a female motorist fled the scene without offering assistance.
As for the damage to the BMW, the owner told the mechanics at the garage she had hit a deer.