Indian mother chops off boyfriend’s penis after catching him trying to sexually assault her daughter

  • A 36-year-old mother from Uttar Pradesh’s Lakhimpur Kheri district in India allegedly chopped off her boyfriend’s penis after she caught him attempting to rape her daughter in their home.
  • The woman, whose name was not revealed, had purportedly just come home from work when she caught her boyfriend red-handed on Wednesday.
  • “I was working on the farm when the incident took place. Fortunately, I returned home in the nick of time and caught him red-handed,” the woman told Times of India.
  • “He even attacked me while I was trying to save my daughter so I brought a knife from the kitchen and chopped off his private parts to teach him a lesson,” she added. “ I have no regrets for what I did."
  • The man was reportedly booked under Section 376 (rape) of the Indian Penal Code and the Protection of Children from Sexual Offenses Act.
  • He was later transported to the city of Lucknow where he received “higher treatment.”

An Indian mother chopped off her boyfriend’s penis after she allegedly caught him attempting to rape her 14-year-old daughter.

The 36-year-old mother, whose name was not revealed, said she was coming home from work in Uttar Pradesh’s Lakhimpur Kheri district on Wednesday when she caught her 32-year-old partner attempting to rape her daughter.

I was working on the farm when the incident took place. Fortunately, I returned home in the nick of time and caught him red-handed,” the woman said.

He even attacked me while I was trying to save my daughter so I brought a knife from the kitchen and chopped off his private parts to teach him a lesson,” she added. “I have no regrets for what I did.”

The man, whose name was also not revealed in the report, was in critical condition and transported to the city of Lucknow where he received “higher treatment,” Chandrashekhar Singh of SHO Lakhimpur police station said in a press release.

The 32-year-old accused has been booked under Section 376 (rape) of IPC [Indian Penal Code] and the POCSO [Protection of Children from Sexual Offenses] Act,” he added.

The Indian government passed the POCSO Act in 2012 to protect children from becoming victims of sexual assault, sexual harassment and the production of child pornography. Punishment for offenses covered in the POCSO Act ranges from three years in jail to life imprisonment.

According to reports, the woman left her husband because of his drinking habits and had been living with her current partner for two years. It remains unclear if she will be charged for the incident.

In 2018, a woman rushed her alleged stalker to the hospital after chopping his penis off with the help of two friends in Mumbai.

 

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