WOMAN BRUTALLY CIRCUMCISES BOYFRIEND WITH HER TEETH
A 35-year-old man was this week recuperating at Letsholathebe Hospital in Maun after his girlfriend ripped off his foreskin with her teeth during a fight.
Goronamang Mbwe of Moeti ward in Maun was immediately admitted after bleeding profusely from injuries to his penis caused by girlfriend Tina Maphane, 29.
Speaking from Letsholathebe Memorial hospital the injured man told The Voice that the fight started after he asked Maphane why she was going to a drinking spree at night with their 18 months old baby on her back.
Relating sordid details which led to him being circumcised with teeth, Mbwe said; “She usually goes to the shebeen with our baby leaving the other two alone at home.
I confronted her and she reacted aggressively.
I slapped her across the face and she went for my groin, pulling out my penis and ripping off my foreskin with her teeth.
I screamed for help because I thought she was going to bite off my manhood.”
Mbwe further revealed that when she released his penis, blood gushed all over the place.
“I really thought she had chopped off my penis but was later glad to realise that she had only cut off the foreskin” She brutally circumcised me.” said the visibly distressed man.
He did not go to the hospital right away but the following day his manhood was swollen and the throbbing pain forced him to limp to the police station to report the matter.
“It was hard to walk. I reported the matter and was taken to the hospital,” he said
Asked why she bit off her boyfriend’s penis, Maphane said she wanted to’ fix him’ “He is very abusive and excessively jealous.
I did the right thing because he could have stabbed me with a knife. I acted in self defence,” she said.
Maphane further explained how fearing for his life she went for his penis and testicles and exerted a grip with her teeth. “It will teach him a lesson that he should never lay his hands on a woman again.
I have abnormal menstrual cycles because he abuses me,” said the remorseless Maphane.
There is no future for their 17-year-old relationship which bore three children. “It’s over.
I won’t even go to the hospital to see him. I have since moved out of his house and once the case is over, I am going back to Shorobe.
I can’t live with this beast. I know he will kill me,” she said with determination.
Letsholathebe Hospital Superintendent Dr Maxwell Mungisi confirmed having a patient with severed private parts.
“We have to mend the skin because it was ripped off and he is likely to stay under observation for a few days,” said Dr Mungisi.
Maun Police Station Commander Superintendent Kenanao Badumetse also confirmed having charged two people with affray.
“They had a fight and unfortunately one has to be admitted after sustaining serious injuries,” said the Maun police boss.