Man Admits He’s An Ax Murderer On Turkish Dating Show & It’s Absolutely Terrifying — VIDEO

In news that will make you never want to go on a dating show or date online or even date someone who you met in person, a man on a Turkish dating show admitted he was an ax murderer during the dating show. The 62-year-old man, Sefer Çalınak, went on a dating show ironically titled Luck of the Draw, where he explained his history with women including killing an ex-wife and an ex-girlfriend both with axes. Obviously, this news shocked both the show's host and Çalınak's fellow contestants, but he seems to have thought his explanations for both of the murders were pretty solid.

A self-proclaimed, "honest person looking for a new wife," Çalınak said that his first wife was his cousin whom he married as a teenager because she didn't want to be forced into marrying an old widower her family wanted to her wed. Then, according to Çalınak, "her behavior changed" and "the nephew of the man who wanted to marry her started to come to our village. I was jealous and I killed her, in a way." Man, I hope the "in a way" part was lost in translation.

Çalınak served four and a half years of a 13 year prison sentence before being let out on amnesty. After this, he married his second wife and when they separated, began an affair with a married woman. This woman he claims to have killed accidentally or in self-defense or some other bullshit reason because you don't just happen to kill two people with an ax. He said, "I killed her after she attempted to kill me. She was accidentally killed when I swung the ax." For this, Çalınak served six years before being let out on amnesty again.

The video of the show is in Turkish with no subtitles, but Çalınak can be seen being asked to leave the show after explaining his... situation. Instead of the show being completely stopped, everyone just claps as he leaves the stage. How could the other contestants go on? If there's an ax murderer among you, one of the other people at least has to have a history of cheating.