Body of Dead Pedophile Found Dumped on Doorstep of Government Building
Notorious child abuser killed after being previously banned from country twice
The body of a notorious pedophile has been found dumped on the doorstep of the British Parliament building.
The corpse of 35-year-old Marcos Amaral Gourgel was discovered outside the UK Government building in Westminister, London.
The incident was reported to police by politicians making their way into the House of Commons from the nearby Westminister tube station.
Although it initially appeared to be a tragic accident, it was only later realized that Gourgel was a serial child abuser who was known to the British authorities.
After his body was removed, passers-by started to leave flowers assuming he was an innocent homeless person.
However, police have now revealed that Gourgel, from Portugal, had entered the country illegally after being banned from the UK twice previously for pedophilia.
Among those to leave flowers for the notorious sex offender was Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn.
Corbyn sent flowers to the underpass along with a card which reads:
“This should never have happened. As a country we must stop walking by.”
Known to authorities
The dead male, known in his native Portugal as Marcos Amaral Gourgel, 35, was a regular at an emergency homeless shelter run by London charity The Connection.
A spokeswoman for this charity said although he had "intricate circumstances" he had requested a job as a waiter last week.
Government authorities in Portugal have confirmed that Gourgel, who was of Angolan origin, had actually been deported from the UK in 2014 and 2016.
The Ministry of Portuguese Communities Abroad stated:
"In 2014 he was deported to Portugal by the British authorities and helped on his return.
"In 2016 we were informed he had been deported again from the UK for being in the nation unlawfully."
Respected Portuguese daily paper Correio da Manha claimed his very first deportation took place after he was imprisoned for sexually abusing a child.
It is unclear how the dead male, who is believed to have actually had dual Angolan and Portuguese nationality, managed to illegally sneak back to the UK for the 3rd time.
Portuguese authorities have actually not been able to get in touch with next-of-kin yet to tell them about his death and state they have no record of any family presently living in Portugal.
Scotland Yard stated the death is being treated as unexplained but not suspicious.
Investigators say they haven't ruled out suicide.