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Man Chops Off Friend's Bigger Penis

| by Sheena Vasani

A man in Russia cut off his childhood friend's penis after a drunken argument over whose was larger.

“Over two days the men were binge drinking, which led to a violent argument,” a police spokesman said, the Daily Mail reports. “When words were exhausted, the attacker pulled out an axe and first struck the opponent on the head, then cut off his manhood.”

Police detained the 52-year-old villager after a neighbor heard his 47-year-old friend’s screams.

Reports indicate the elder man is the one with the alleged smaller genitals and has been charged with inflicting “grave injury” upon his friend.

He may serve up to eight years in jail if convicted of the crime.

It’s not the first time somebody has chopped off a penis in Russia, according to PravdaReport.com.

A woman named Olga chopped a Russian football player’s genitals off and then killed him after he failed to reciprocate her interest in him.

“I can not imagine how that girl managed to kill him. She probably hit him, when he was not expecting it. Pavel himself was a gentleman – he could never hit a woman. He was probably drunk too, so they just beat him up to death,” said Georgy Lunacharsky, president of the international football federation of disabled people of Russia.

Yet there have been instances where somebody in Russia has even cut off his own penis.

A thirty-seven-year-old man named Andrey cut off his own genitals in 2009 after fighting with his girlfriend.

“After two unsuccessful marriages I decided to vow celibacy. I do not want to communicate with women any more, nor do I want to have any sexual relations with them,” said the man.

The man had to be rushed to the hospital.

“The bleeding man was found by his neighbors who immediately called the ambulance. The man was hospitalized,” a police officer said at the time.

Medical staff were able to reattach the man’s penis to his body.

Sources: Daily MailPravdaReport.com / Photo credit: Pixabay

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