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Woman suspected of biting partner's penis

Woman suspected of biting partner's penis

Published: 28 May 2012 16:18 GMT+02:00
Updated: 28 May 2012 16:18 GMT+02:00

“It happened on Friday,” confirmed local police to news site Nyheter24.

The emergency services received a call early on Saturday morning about an alleged assault and a man in distress needing medical attention.

When the ambulance arrived in the small community outside of Gävle, in eastern Sweden, some 171 kilometres from Stockholm, they found a man needing urgent medical attention, bleeding profusely from his nether regions.

Police were immediately called to the scene and they found that the incident had been caused by an argument between the man and his live-in girlfriend.

The argument had turned ugly and at some point the woman went berserk, clamping her teeth down on her boyfriend's penis.

According to local media, the man lost a lot of blood as a result of his girlfriend's alleged angry chomp.

The woman, who is said to be in her thirties, is now under suspicion of assault for her rage-induced attack on her partner’s penis.

After receiving medical attention for his bitten bits, the man will likely be scarred for life but nevertheless isn't at risk for losing his manhood altogether.

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Your comments about this article

16:43 May 28, 2012 by rob582
My god. Never stick anything in your partners mouth so soon after an argument unless you are willing to lose it. They can be very vindictive!
17:34 May 28, 2012 by jmclewis
Some Women get very hungry for the penis!
21:12 May 28, 2012 by dizzymoe33
So let me get this straight they will send an ambulance right away for a man getting his penis bitten but they won't send one after someone has called more than one time for problems like they can't breathe or are having a heart attack?! Okay now I have heard it all!
21:17 May 28, 2012 by darky
Lets get 1 thing clear here... Did she bite it?? or is suspected of biting the dick?? Why can this not be written clearly??

Was he naked?? How could she have gotten grip of this dick to the extend of taking her teeth there?? Wonders shall never end......
21:38 May 28, 2012 by gogigboy
He must have stuck it in her mouth to shut her up
21:49 May 28, 2012 by charubun pananon
The big event of loving bloody fight.
22:54 May 28, 2012 by insect
Relationships 101

If a woman goes beserk and starts heading down that way with her mouth, DON'T stand there like an idiot thinking yippee, I'm getting Bee Jayed today....Run
00:10 May 29, 2012 by BrittInSweden
When you are in the middle of oral sex acts, it isn't the right moment to start an argument.
04:55 May 29, 2012 by gpafledthis
so what is the sweedie word for this act ??
09:27 May 29, 2012 by Stonebridge
Thank goodness theLocal showed a photo of the teeth rather than the penis for its usual inane headline picture. Was the Google search on "penis" filtered?
19:22 May 29, 2012 by Tarc the Mexan
#9: in Sweden it's called an "avsugning".
02:33 May 30, 2012 by mcarroll1
Dooh! Of course its a no brainer which is more urgent - a heart attack or a bitten penis. Even a small tap on the penis is excruciatingly painful. A heart attack pales into insignificance by comparison. I'm surprised they did not send an emergency helicopter. What happened here - the guy is getting his rocks off and he starts and argument with the beotch. It must have been very onesided or else she was not very polite talking with her mouth full like that - he got what he deserved.
19:04 June 2, 2012 by scorpio609
It sounds like he had an epic fail on an Angry Dragon
01:05 June 10, 2012 by waris
Ooops, I think it was not an argument but the man forced his thingy in her mouth while she was busy in someting else, very bad habit and he has learned his lesson for life :)
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