Victim Sylwia Sobczak, 26, was Polish but had been living in London
A man accused of murdering his girlfriend and dumping her body in a suitcase confessed to the murder before hanging himself, an inquest has heard.
Ziaul Haque, 27, of north London, was found hanging at Winchester Prison on 28 July 2008.
He was accused of murdering Sylwia Sobczak, 26, whose burnt body was found in a suitcase in the village of Dummer, Hampshire, on 8 May 2008.
Mr Haque's cellmate Wayne Downer said he had confessed to the killing.
Mr Downer told the inquest he was "disgusted" by Haque's admission.
He said: "He kept changing solicitors saying he was not guilty then he confessed to me exactly what he had done because he had been caught on CCTV.
"He thought he would get away with it, then he realised he wouldn't.
"He said he had taken his girlfriend Sylwia back to his flat, I remember him saying he had mangos for lunch with her.
"She had said she had kissed another bloke, had sex with another bloke and he had an argument with her, he blacked out and the next minute she was dead.
"He had strangled her with the iron cord and hid her body under the bed for a few days.
"He found a spot to hide the body, put her in a suitcase, put litres of fuel over the body and set fire to it and drove off.
"I was disgusted by it, I can't get it out of my head."
Mr Downer said when he left the cell on the day Mr Haque died, Mr Haque said to him: "See you later mate, enjoy your next 20 years."
The hearing continues.