BEIJING – Officials in China have arrested a estranged wife who allegedly chopped off her husband’s penis twice after she found his messages to a 21-year-old mistress.
Fan Lung, a 32-year-old father of five, was sleeping when his wife, Feng, cut off his penis with scissors, according to local media reports. She reportedly saw emails he wrote to his lover using his cell phone.
Fan had his penis reattached, but was still in the hospital when Feng returned to cut off his penis once again.
“Staff rushed out to see what was happening and found the patient with blood streaming down his legs hitting the woman,” a hospital rep said in a statement. He was stopped and the woman was taken in for treatment, and then we discovered she had chopped his penis off again.”
Unfortunately for Fan, authorities were unable to find his severed member, which is thought to have been eaten by a stray dog or cat.
Apparently Fan’s email lover is still keen to be with him despite his nasty accient and was by his side at the hospital as he recovered
Meanwhile, A man in Phichit Province has been found murdered with his genitals cut off and police are speculating that he had one love affair too many.
When police and rescue workers turned the body over they were shocked to see his genitalia had been hacked off. He also had several knife wounds and severe bruising to his body, particularly his back, the Bangkok Post Reported.
Relatives identified the man as Amporn Damminsek, 49, the husband of Sakulta Damminsek, the sub-district chief of tambon Paikhwang in Phichit’s Muang district.
Mrs Sakulta had earlier filed a complaint with police asking them to find her husband who had been missing for a week.
Amporn’s clothes were later found in a paddy field at Ban Nonpaikhui in Sam Ngam district, about 15 km from his house.
His wife then consulted local fortune tellers who said someone used “dark magic” on her husband, who was wealthy and owned several rice harvesters worth several million baht. His wealth attracted quite a few women.
However, there was no trace of him until a resident of Ban Nonpaikhui came across his body at about 2pm on Wednesday.
Pol Col Thawatchai Muannara, deputy chief of Phichit police, said an initial investigation found the man had been romantically involved with a married woman in Sam Ngam district, with the consent of her husband.
Mr Amporn had reportedly promised to give her valuables and money in return for her favours, but later reneged on his word.
The husband was a suspect. He might have been driven to take revenge and asked his wife to lure the victim to a brutal and fatal meeting, and emasculated him, said Pol Col Thawatchai.
The deputy provincial police chief said investigators had found clues to the murder. It was thought at least three people were involved, and they would be arrested soon, he said.