Man Who Allegedly Tried Raping Niece, Had Penis Chopped Off And Fed To Pigs

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A 36-year-old man from Olhos D’Agua, Brazil, had his manhood tripped off by the lover of his niece after he allegedly tried to forcefully have sex with her.

THE VENT REPUBLIC reports that the man, was reportedly drunk when he made the move to rape his younger niece, who then managed to wriggle off from his grip and fled the scene.

Angered by the action, the lover of the niece and his cousin took the matter into their hands and devised a plan to deal with him.

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They tricked him by asking if he could join them in a sugarcane field closeby to castrate some pigs and he followed them.

Getting there, they lay hold of him, beat him to an unconscious state, removed his trousers, cut off his penis and testicles.

According to reports, when he regained consciousness, he called an ambulance and Doctors from Dour Gil Alves Municipal Hospital, Bocaiuva were able to stop the bleeding, in the process, saving his life.

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The Surgeons in the hospital managed to reconstruct his urinary tract but said his penis and testicles may not be recovered after it was discovered to have been thrown to the pigs who had eaten them.

Police officer, Michael Stephan da Silva said the force unsuccessfully searched for the remains of the testicles and is of the believe it had indeed been eaten by animals

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In the words of Surgeon Felipe Lobo : “It was like something out of a scene from a Dante novel.

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He continued:

“His penis and scrotum had been severed and his external genitalia was completely missing.

“All we could do was stem the bleeding, give him a blood transfusion and clean the wound.”

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The man is now on antibiotics and will be able to leave the hospital in two to four days.

According to reports, two suspects have been arrested and would be charged.

THE VENT REPUBLIC can not confirm if the man whose genitals was chopped off would be charged for attempted rape.

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