Pictured: Lorry driver, 64, who murdered coffin maker lover, 20

Chilling moment killer lorry driver, 64, is caught on CCTV dragging wheelie bin containing body of coffin maker, 20, he had battered to death in his shipping container lair before burying her in shallow grave in park

  • Neculai Paizan, 64, murdered missing Agnes Akom, 20, in a brutal attack with an electric power saw
  • Harrowing CCTV showed him taking her dead body in a wheelie bin to her grave in a nearby park 
  • Ms Akom went missing on May 11 last year and Paizan was arrested on May 18 but had denied he killer her
  • He told police they had been in a sexual relationship but he ended it over age, proved as lies in court
  • The Old Bailey was told she had been hit over the head over 20 times with a saw in the brutal attack
  • Paizan, who lived in a converted shipping container in Brent had £700k flat but chose life of squalor

This is the moment a 64-year-old lorry driver who murdered his coffin maker lover heaped further indignity on her – using a wheelie bin to take her to her shallow grave.

Neculai Paizan beat Hungarian Agnes Akom, 20, over the head more than 20 times in his home in a converted shipping container in Brent, northwest London.

He dumped her body in the bin but then moved it to a park and buried under a pile of logs.

Today as he was found guilty of murder in the Old Bailey police released pictures of the squalid container where his victim was brutally slain.

Harrowing CCTV stills also showed him as he pushed the bin – with Ms Akom dead inside – to try and cover up his crime. 

Paizan had a £700,000 flat in Peel Street, Notting Hill, but lived in the shipping container in Brent with no running water. 

He had been having sex with Ms Akom and claimed he found her dead after she drugged him

But the Old Bailey jury convicted the expressionless killer after less than an hour of deliberation.

In the months before the killing, Paizan was seen several times with Ms Akom near the container in Acton Road, Park Royal, by staff at nearby car dealership Lennox Autos.

Ms Akom left her flat on Cricklewood Broadway, on the morning of May 9 last year telling her partner that she was going to work.

The harrowing CCTV showed Paizan wheeling a bin with Ms Akom’s dead body inside away to a nearby park where he hid her

Murderer Paizan told police they had been in a sexual relationship but he ended it over age, something proved lies in court

Paizan had lived inside a disgusting converted shipping container located in Brent, London, and used it to kill Miss Akom

The foul murder scene was in stark contrast to a £700,000 property he owned in Notting Hill in an affluent area

Neculai Paizan, 64, murdered Agnes Akom, 20, (pictured above) after flying into a rage in his disgusting shipping container

Between 10 to 11am that morning, she exchanged messages with Paizan.

She also messaged a man she worked for – Attila Molna-Feri, a Hungarian coffin maker, with whom she had an ‘intimate relationship’.

Ms Akom booked an Uber to go to Mr Molna-Feri’s house, but Paizan arrived at the Costa Coffee where she was sat and, after an exchange, she got into his silver Dacia Sandero and went to the container.

CCTV was played which showed the pair entering the grey metal box.

Prosecutor Jacob Hallam said earlier: ‘The doors close behind him.

‘That is the last time that Agnes is seen alive on CCTV.’

The bin Paizan used to transport Miss Akom’s body to her shallow grave in a nearby park, pictured in a police taken shot

Neculai Paizan entering the shipping container he owned where he had murdered Miss Akom in CCTV shown in court

Paizan carried a number of items from the container to his car before visiting a skip nearby in an effort to hide the evidence

Ms Akom’s distinctive white coat can be seen in this CCTV still of Paizan hiding any material to link him to the crime

CCTV of Ms Akom on day she was last seen before officers discovered her body in a park, hidden under some branches

About half an hour later, CCTV captured Paizan leaving the container to head towards a nearby tap to wash off bloodstains.

Just after 3:30pm he dragged items from the shipping container and put them into the boot of his car.

He discarded Ms Akom’s white fur coat, a rolled carpet, clothing, pink slip-on shoes and a jigsaw matted with her blood and hair.

Later that day, CCTV caught Paizan dragging a ‘large white item’ which was ‘large enough to contain a human body’ from the door of his unit to his car.

Paizan left the car overnight outside his Peel Street home with the body in the boot.

Early the following morning he went to a Neasden Recreation Ground in Aboyne Road and buried the body in a pit under a pile of logs and branches.

Ms Akom, pictured first went missing on May 11 last year and Paizan was arrested on May 18, but denied any knowledge

A picture of Miss Akom in happier times released by the police after the guilty verdict today. Paizan could get life in jail

Miss Akom heading to the shipping container owned by Neculai Paizan where he would kill her and hide her remains

Undated handout photo issued by the Metropolitan Police of Agnes Akom’s fur coat, which is seen in many pictures of her

The scene at Neasden Recreation Park where police found the remains of Ms Akom after a long hunt for the missing woman

The discovery was made by police officers searching for Ms Akom after she vanished in May and sparked the murder probe

Ms Akom’s body was found a month later covered in a black plastic bag with a cord around her throat.

A pathologist found death had been caused by at least 20 blows to the head.

Police found a blood stain on the spine of a bible sitting on one of Paizan’s shelves in the shipping container.

A DNA sample was taken from the blood and found to match Ms Akom’s profile.

Paizan, of Peel Street, Notting Hill, denied murder and insisted he had passed out after the victim gave him a drugged iced tea in the container, and when he came around he found her dead.

He will be sentenced next Monday when the judge will pass the inevitable life sentence.

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