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Cheating Man Lured Home with Promise of Car. Has Penis Cut by Wife Instead

Well, here’s your penis slashing story for the month. On Saturday morning, a man was brought to HCMC’s 115 People’s Hospital with his member nearly sliced off. The man’s wife, angry with his cheating ways, lured her husband home with the promise of a car, only to cut him while he slept, reports Thanh Nien.

Perturbed about her husband’s promiscuity and receiving “unpleasant” calls from his mistress, the woman who has not been named, called her husband home with the promise of buying him a Toyota Camry.

After getting him drunk on beer, she performed her unwelcome surgery using a razorblade. Once she saw blood, she bandaged him up and took him to the emergency room.

Doctors successfully reattached the penis but it will take 3 months to see whether or not it will function normally again.

It could have been worse. Like cutting off your own penis because you’re high on drugs.


[Thanh Nien // Photo via JD Hancock]

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