Man chops off his penis on Valentine's eve

2016-02-15 11:28

Thika - A 24-year-old Kenyan man from Kiganjo village, in Thika sub-county, is undergoing treatment after chopping off his penis on the eve of Valentine's Day.

Duncan Moseti, 24, is said to have picked a quarrel with his wife over an alleged love affair on Saturday morning.

He first attempted to cut off her breasts with a knife, but later ended up chopping off his penis, accusing his wife of cheating on him with his brother, Standard reports.

A doctor at Thika Level V hospital where the couple was admitted told NTV: "He chopped off his manhood completely. He is currently at the theatre undergoing reconstructive surgery."

She however confirmed that the woman had been treated and was in a stable condition, adding that it would be difficult to treat the husband.

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