A jealous woman snipped off her lover’s penis and flushed it down the loo so he couldn’t use it again, it has been reported.
She told cops she attacked him with a pair of scissors after he had fallen asleep after eating a bowl of chicken noodles – with investigators said to have quizzed her to discover if she had put a sleeping pill or other drugs in it.
Doctors said the dad-of-three, named only as Huang, 52, will have an artificial penis fitted so he can have sex again as he was left with "insufficient length to engage in sexual intercourse", according to doctors who performed emergency surgery on him.
Stunned neighbours in Sihu, Taiwan, said he had other female pals and seemed to be close to some of them.
His partner of 10 months, Phung, 40, reportedly resented the friendships and the pair often rowed, the residents told local media.
Divorcee Phung turned herself in at a police station after midnight on Wednesday, March 31.
She reportedly told officers that she cut off Huang’s manhood in a fit of anger.
Phung flushed it down the toilet so it could not be retrieved for reattachment surgery.
A firefighting captain, who was among the first at the scene, said that Huang "could still walk on his own, but he was bleeding profusely".
They said: "The patient had eaten a bowl of instant chicken noodles with rice wine and fallen asleep.
"Later he woke up with a feeling of extreme pain and found that his penis had been cut off."
Vietnamese Phung faces charges of aggravated assault, said police.
Bloke impales himself on ladder and goes to hospital with it sticking out of head
He is now reported to be recovering in Changhua Christian Hospital.
Deputy director Hospital Chou Chih-Chung said: "Examination showed Huang’s manhood was sliced off and still bleeding.
"Doctors had to perform emergency surgery to stop the bleeding and repair the urethra for urine release.
"His scrotum and testicles are still intact.
"He is not in any deadly danger. He was still in pain after recovering from anaesthetics, but can drink water and eat normally."
Chou added: "The main length of the patient’s manhood could not be found and could not be reattached.
"The remaining part is insufficient to engage in sexual intercourse. The best way is to implant an artificial penis.
"He will need further reconstructive surgery and also psychological counselling."
Huang has three daughters from three marriages, his neighbours said.
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