8. GAIUS CAESAR
A member of the Julio- Claudian dynasty, Gaius- commonly known as Caligula- was a Roman emperor from 37 AD to 41 AD. His hunger for sexual adventures was huge, and a brain fever had left him feeling that he was God. For him, murder was a fun activity. More than 150,000 animals were butchered for his amusement, early in his rule. He also ordered the murder of countless people, and made it compulsory for the victim’s family members to be audience to the murder. Caligula was a psychotic, and liked chewing the testicles of his victims. He had sexual relations with numerous women, including his own sisters. He forced men to send their wives to him for sexual pleasure. Under his rule, many people died of starvation.