Crazy drunk man cuts off his own penis after heated argument with his girlfriend
Usually when you drink too much you may do dumb things that you regret, but nothing could compare to the man who cut off his penis and testicles in a drunken rage. You read that right ... a 46-year-old unnamed Taiwanese man got into an argument with his girlfriend over his drinking habits when he did the unthinkable.
He reportedly stormed into the bathroom with a pair of scissors where he cut off his twig and berries as a means to get back at her. I'm gonna go out on a limb here and say that I don't think he knows the meaning of vengeance. And believe it or not this story only gets WORSE…
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According to Chinese newspaper Kwong Wah Yit Poh, after the man cut off his manhood, he thought it would be a good idea to flush it down the toilet before his girlfriend could rush him to the hospital. The injuries were so bad that he suffered severe blood loss and fell into a coma by the time he was able to receive medical treatment.
However, doctors said there was a chance of reattaching the penis within six hours of the incident had he NOT flushed is privates down the toilet. As a result surgeons had to save what little--all 1.1 inches-- he had left over of his nub. After the man regained consciousness he woke up to the horror of a missing penis and full on regret as you can imagine. But doctors say that he will be fine and are confident that he will be perfectly able to pee out of his new member.
I guess if you thought you were having the worst week ever, at least you weren't this guy! I'm sure not even the characters from The Hangover would have done something this stupid. And now he's going to have to live with the regret of losing his penis after a bout of drinking. This could also be the wakeup call he needed to become sober again since alcoholism clearly was an issue. However, the real victim here is his girlfriend. I mean, what can you really do with 1.1 inches? ¡Pobrecita!
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