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    Wife bites husband (another one of those stories, Hugh)

    A Maasai man in Kenya has had his penis bitten off by his angry wife, who suspected him of adultery. Saloon Ole Mewet from Ngong in southern Kenya said his spouse attacked him in his sleep. "She bit me and removed all of it," he told the BBC's Muchiri Kioi.

    His shouts raised the alarm and he was taken to a local hospital by his neighbours where he received stitches.

    It is an unusual admission, as Maasai men, who often beat their wives, do not like to lose face before their community.

    "If you do not beat your wife it's taken that you're a hen-pecked husband, which is not allowed in our community," Maasai elder Johnson Ole Sipitiek told the BBC's Network Africa programme.

    On the evening of the assault, Mr Mewet returned home at 2200 and was beaten up by his wife just after he drifted off to sleep.


    After hitting her husband and knocking out his front teeth, Mrs Mewet bit off his testicles and despite his struggles when he awoke, chewed off his penis.

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    hi cass, some one should sell lightweight stainless steel underware for men with jealous wives! (or maybe not fool around?)

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    Well I think something has to be done Lex... it's practically an epidemic

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    another member of the Lorena Bobbit fan club!
    Just when I think that I have seen the most depraved things a human can do to another human, somebody posts a new story...........

    Why is it that when a custodial parent fails to provide for a child it is called neglect and is a criminal matter. But when a non custodial parent fails to provide it is called failure to support and is a civil matter?


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