Saudi prince accused of killing aide in London

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London, Oct 6: A Saudi Prince has been accused of killing his male aide at a five-star hotel in London, the report said.

Sources said Bandar Abdullah Abdulaziz, 32 was found bitten on his cheeks and murdered in the Prince's room.

Prosecutor Jonathan Laidlaw told London's Central Criminal Court on Tuesday, Oct 5 that Saudi King's grandson Saud has not given any reason of the attack but evidence pointed to a "sexual element" to the killing.

"There is clear evidence, over and above the bite marks, that there was a sexual element," he said.

Laidlaw said that post mortem has revealed Bandar died after "a series of heavy punches or blows to his head", saying that Al Saud admitted manslaughter but denied charges of murder and causing grievous bodily harm, the report said.

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