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Tomas Lazdauskas, 24, invited Mindaugas Arlauskas, 28, to his home in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire on May 8.
He arrived at the house where Lazdauskas, whom he had previously spoken of two women, had been drinking with Donatas Umbrasas, 27, Cambridgeshire Live reported.
Soon after, the spirits erupted and violence erupted.
Umbrellas threw Mindaugas to the ground before slapping and slapping him repeatedly in the face.
He then dragged the victim into the garden, where he continued to beat him to death with a metal bar, chair, and other garden items.
The two men then used Mindaugas’ bicycle to transport his body from the house to the street.
CCTV footage showed the men pushing the body in a nearby industrial area.
There, they tried to destroy the evidence of the murder by setting Mindaugas’ body on fire.
In a tribute, Mindaugas’ parents said: “We are devastated by the sudden loss of our beloved son.
“He was dear to us and our family and will be sadly missed.”
Dr. Ben Swift
An autopsy by Dr. Ben Swift of Peterborough Hospital revealed that the victim died of blunt trauma to the head.
Lazdauskas was found not guilty by Peterborough Crown Court on November 2.
He had previously pleaded guilty to manslaughter.
Umbrasas of Albany Road in Wisbech admitted to the murder in an earlier hearing.
Both men have been taken into custody and are due to be sentenced by Peterborough Crown Court on December 18.
Detective Emma Pitts
Detective Inspector Emma Pitts of the Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire Serious Crimes Division said: ‘Due to the barbaric acts of Lazdauskas and Umbrasas a young man was killed in the prime of his life .
“Although Lazdauskas may not have intended to commit murder, he knowingly lured Mindaugas into his home, knowing that Umbrasas intended to harm him.
“I hope this sentence ends Mr. Arlauskas’ family.”