A former soldier sticks his tongue for a selfie moments after he brutally stabbed a dog walker to death.
Alexander Palmer, 24, attacked pensioner Peter Wrighton from behind and knifed him so severely the first police officer on the scene thought Mr Wrighton had been savaged by a wild animal.
Mr Wrighton's head was almost decapitated such was the ferocity of the knife attack in August last year.
This morning a jury at Nottingham Crown Court took just 44 minutes to find ex-solider Palmer, from Norwich, guilty of murdering Mr Wrighton in a remote woodland in Norfolk.
The body of former BT engineer Mr Wrighton was discovered in an area of heathland in East Harling on Saturday 5 August with his two dogs Gemma and Dylan found close by.