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Woman suspected of biting partner's penis

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Woman suspected of biting partner's penis
16:18 CEST+02:00
A woman in eastern Sweden is under suspicion for assault after allegedly biting down hard on her partner’s privates after a heated argument between the two at the weekend.

“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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