Wife cuts off husband's penis for playing too much golf

A woman allegedly hacked off her husband’s penis as he slept.
A woman allegedly hacked off her husband’s penis as he slept. Youtube

A WIFE allegedly cut off her husband's penis because he spent too much time playing golf.

The Sun reports the 50-year-old woman attacked her hubby with a kitchen knife as he slept before flushing his manhood down the toilet in South Korea.

Stunned neighbours told cops the couple appeared to have a good relationship.

But the wife, named only as Mrs Kim, reportedly confessed to officers that her husband had ignored her.

He had also been violent against her in Yeosu, South Korea, she claimed.

Wife 'hacks off husband's penis'

Mrs Kim said he never gave her money to live on and spent a lot of time out and playing golf.

A neighbour found the husband writhing in pain on the floor after hearing him groaning in his flat. He is said to be "stable" in hospital.

Police said they would probe more about the motive for the alleged attack before issuing an arrest warrant, reports Jeju Weekly.

Local sources said cops suspected the husband could have been attacked for cheating on Mrs Kim, but he had no evidence to back it up.

Last month it was reported that an 11-year-old boy had 26 magnetic balls removed from his penis after he inserted them "out of curiosity".

The child, from Wenzhou, Zhejiang Province, had two-hour long surgery after the magnets got stuck in his bladder.

This story originally appeared in The Sun and has been republished here with permission.

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