Hurricane Irma threesome turns deadly: Decomposing body left in shrink wrap in home without power where suspects met victim for group sex

A male suspect was seen leaving and exiting the victim’s home while wearing a long blond wig

Florida police have arrested a man and accused him of murdering a sex partner during Hurricane Irma, as reported by New York Post.

Authorities say that Ariel Fleitas Gonzalez, 50, invited Travis Watson a third unidentified man to to participate in a threesome during the storm. Investigators allege that Watson murdered Gonzalez, wrapped him in shrink wrap and stuffed him in a closet.

Police are also on the hunt for the third man, who the New York Post says Watson calls his husband, as he is suspected in participating in the murder. Neighbors say the second suspect was wearing a long blonde wig as he entered and exited the apartment. Police reportedly know the man’s name but have asked to media not to release it until he is in custody.

Watson has been arrested and reportedly admitted his involvement to police.

According to the suspect’s account started as a meeting for sex reportedly turned into a robbery, with Watson allegedly punching Gonzalez in the face as his partner allegedly “tortured” him, which included beating him with a broomstick and hanger and pouring hot grease all over him, according to Sun Sentinel.

Watson told police that his partner bound Gonzalez with a sheet and then “beat him to death.”

The duo allegedly tried to cover up their acts by washing away blood and other forensic evidence in a bathtub, before shrink-wrapping the corpse and putting it in the closet.

Police told the newspaper that Watson had Gonzalez’s wallet on his person when he was arrested.

The Broward County Medical Examiner’s Office reportedly ruled the 50-year-old’s death as a homicide and said that the victim suffered “multiple sharp force injuries,” though an official cause of death is pending the results of a toxicology test.

Watson is being held without bail and police are still searching for the second suspect. This isn’t his first brush with the law. In the past, he was convicted of grand theft of a firearm, armed robbery, five burglaries and other minor offenses.

[Featured Image: Hollywood Police Department]