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Cambodian Woman Cuts Off Thai Husband’s Penis, Hides It From Paramedics

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    A jealous Cambodian woman was arrested after she cut off her husband’s penis with a kitchen knife on Monday when she suspected that he was cheating on her.

    The wife, identified as 24-year-old Karuna, seduced her 40-year-old husband Siripan Sanusun and aroused him by using her hand before cutting his penis clean, according to Workpoint and translated by Coconuts Bangkok.

    Karuna, who works at an organic-vegetable garden in Moo 5, Si Racha District, with her husband, then hid the man’s penis in the back of their home to make sure that he would never cheat again.

    She never actually caught him cheating — it was only her suspicions that made her chop off her husband’s manhood.

    Karuna said she “felt sorry” for her husband when she saw how much pain he was in after she cut off his penis. Police found the man wailing in pain and covered in large amounts of blood.

    Rescuers immediately rushed Sanusun to the Queen Savang Vadhana Memorial Hospital in Si Racha District to treat his wound.

    After dropping him off at the hospital, rescuers returned to the couple’s home to find the missing penis. Unfortunately, too much time had passed and there were too many dead cells to reattach it.

    Karuna is reportedly being held at Si Racha police station.

    Featured Image via Coconuts Bangkok

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