Confessed serial killer Joanna Dennehy took a photograph of herself smiling and sticking out her tongue in the middle of a bloody rampage that left three men dead.
The jury was shown the picture of the 31-year-old, which was taken just two minutes before she selected two new victims.
Dennehy had already killed three men in Cambridgeshire, England. In April, she spotted two men walking their dogs in Hereford and attacked them. Miraculously, both survived.
She returned to the car, driven by her accomplice Gary “Stretch” Richards, carrying the dog of one of the victims.
“It’s me only friend,” she allegedly said holding the Whippet.
Dennehy pleaded guilty to murdering three men, Lukasz Slaboszewski, 31, John Chapman, 56, and Kevin Lee, 48. They had been stabbed to death.
Her friend Georgina Page testified that the confessed murderer “jumped around like a schoolgirl” when she learned the news was covering her crimes.
Dennehy also pleaded guilty to two counts attempted murder of dog-walkers Robin Bereza, 64, and John Rogers, 56, and preventing the lawful burial of the three victims.
She is awaiting sentencing.
Her alleged accomplices, the 7-foot-2-inch Richards, 47, and Leslie Layton, 36, are currently standing trial.
Richards is accused of helping Dennehy hide the victims’ bodies in ditches near Peterborough.
He pleaded not guilty to preventing the lawful burial of the three victims and two counts of attempted murder.