But there came no answer until one of the hospitals forwarded the message to the Norwegian university of science and technology (NTNU).
"We realized that it must move our feet," says Torstein Baade Rø, head of department at the institute of clinical and molecular medicine at NTNU.
it was about a balsamerad feet from a man who donated his body for educational purposes.
Baade Rø, describing the event as a deficiency in the procedures, " says that body parts are stored in the sheets which are then washed and the foot as the victim come up with. He should now write a letter in which the university apologize.
the Police have been notified, but has not ruled on the legality of the event may be punishable.