Woman, friends chop off penis of harasser | Inquirer News

Woman, friends chop off penis of man who used to harass and tease her

/ 06:46 PM December 26, 2018

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A woman and her two friends in Dombivali, India were arrested for beating up and chopping off the penis of a 30-year-old man who used to harass and tease her.

The woman (identity withheld) claimed the man had continued with his harassment despite her warnings, as reported by Times Now today, Dec. 26. She and her friends, Mukesh Kania and Tejas Mhatre, were scheduled to face Kalyan court today for the crime.


Yesterday, the woman invited the man (identity also withheld) in an isolated place near the railway tracks. The man, however, did not know the suspect’s friends were already waiting at the crime scene.

The victim, who followed the woman’s invitation, was taken by surprise when he was overpowered and then tied to a tree by the woman’s friends, the report stated. He was then brutally beaten up by the suspects.


In what the suspect stated as her act of “teaching” the victim “a lesson” for the harassment and teasing she experienced in his hands, she and her accomplices chopped off the man’s penis. The report did not mention what kind of tool the suspects used to cut off the victim’s appendage.

After the suspects left, the local residents immediately complained about the incident to the authorities, the report said. The man was rushed to the nearest hospital, where he is currently receiving treatment for the injuries he sustained. Kate Matriano/JB


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