G is a relatively short category, and it is somewhat vaguely labeled as Ogres. It encompasses things that usually appear as villains or adversaries in folktales, such as "G200. Witch," or "G303. Devil" (do not get me started on my pet peeve rant of people translating all kinds of folk creatures as 'ogre', which is simplistic and eurocentric...). One of the largest categories on this list deals with cannibalism, such as:
G11.6.2. Woman who marries tiger is fed human nails regularly
The story comes from the Lepcha people in Sikkim, one of the Himalayan states of India, and it is titled The tiger hunted by wind and lightning. It tells of three siblings: Two brothers, Yong-rumbo and Yok-gnibu, and their sister Naremnom. Naremnom is married to a tiger named Tung-bo. The tiger and his brother kill and eat people, and fry their fingernails, which the wife eats as her favorite delicacy.
Eventually word gets out, and when the two (human) brothers set out to find wives for themselves, everyone rejects them - since they are the brothers of a cannibal, and no one is sure if they are cannibals too, so prospective wives are not keen on taking a chance.
The brothers go and seek out their sister, and they find her munching on something. They snatch the food away from her, and it indeed turns out to be fried human fingernails (yum). The brothers grow angry and decide to kill the man-eating tiger husband. One turns into wind, and the other into lightning, and they chase down and kill the tiger with the help of a bamboo plant.
When Naremnom finds out that her husband died, she turns into a bird in her grief, and flies off into the jungle. People say she can still be heard crying for the tiger, making a distinctive "hoo-hoo" sound.
Love works in mysterious ways. For some, it's flowers and chocolates... and for others, it's fried human fingernails.
(Read the original story here.)
G11.1. Cannibal dwarfs
G11.6.3. Old woman calls beasts together to join her in feast on human flesh
G11.8. Cannibal meteor
G211.2.8. Witch as raccoon
G241.1.5. Witch rides on whale
G269.19. Witches as ducks pinch victim
G303.3.1.22. Devil as astrologer
G303.4.1.2.5. Devil has passionate look in eyes
G303.4.1.4.2. Devil has only one nostril or is without nostrils at all
G303.9.8.1. Devil spins and knits
G303.9.8.4. Devil causes salamander to appear in glass of rum, drinks it
G303.10.14. The bagpipe is the devil’s bellows
G328. Rectum snakes
G362.2. Pug-nosed ogre