Pictures of alleged serial killer Stephen Port’s lair have been shown in his Old Bailey trial.
Port, 41, is accused of luring four young men to his flat in Barking, east London, after meeting them on gay dating sites and hook-up apps such as Grindr.
While there, he allegedly spiked their drinks with fatal doses of date rape drug GHB in order to have sex with them while they were unconscious.
All four men, in their early 20s, were found dumped within 400 metres of Port’s home in Cooke Street over a 15-month period, jurors have heard.
The court has heard Port had lived in the one-bedroom flat since moving out of home at the age of 31, and had acquired it through a part-mortgage, part-rental scheme.
Images shown to the jury displayed an apparently well-maintained and tidy living room, kitchen, and bathroom.
Port, who worked as a chef, bedroom was dominated by a large double bed covered with black sheets and red scatter cushions.
The court has heard Port was obsessed with collecting Transformer toys, and one was on display on a shelf in the bedroom.
Jurors were shown a photograph of a drawer containing various sex aides and baby oil.
There were also images of a bottle of Poppers and shelves containing a selection of porn DVDs.
Port has pleaded not guilty to 29 offences against a total of 12 men – including four murders, seven rapes, four sex assaults and administering a substance with intent.
The trial continues.