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Drunk woman cuts off husband’s penis over lack of sex

APAC. A 46-year-old man is fighting for his life after his wife cut off his penis following a bed room misunderstanding at Amun B Village, Apac District. Mr Moses Okot, a peasant farmer told this reporter that on Sunday June 30, his wife Ms Beatrice Acen, 35, returned home drunk and cut his penis.

“When I returned home from hunting around 7:00pm, my wife was not home. My daughter served me food and I went to bed thereafter. My wife returned at around 10:00pm and shouted that I open for her the door,” Mr Okot narrates. “I was already asleep. I felt some little pain, which woke me up only to find my pant wetted with blood,” he adds. Ms Acen is currently on the run.

Punishment for alcoholism

Okot says he has for long had disagreements with his wife over her alcoholism and thus decided to punish her by denying her sex.

“The woman comes back home when she is too drunk. As a man, I would no longer tolerate such, so I decided to deny her sex with hope that she would reform. She had always demanded for sex.” Okot and Acen have been married for more than ten years and are blessed with five children.

However Mr Anthony Ogwal the LC1 chairman of Amun B Village says the couple has for long been involved in violent fights. Ogwal also confirmed that the woman has on several occasions complained about her husband ignoring her sexual demands. “It’s not the first time Acen is inflicting injuries on her husband.  Last year, she broke this man’s collar bone during a domestic fight and ran away. The case was settled in my office and they reunited,” he says.

Mr Ogwal blamed the rampant cases of domestic violent in his area on alcoholism, citing that women are drinking equally as much as men. Mr Okot was taken to Olelpek Police Outpost to file a case against his brutal wife before being rushed to Apac Main hospital where he is currently receiving medical treatment. A police source said a case of causing grievance harm has been registered against the suspect at Olelpek Outpost under case file no SD 04/30/06/2019.

“He has already been given police medical form. After completing the treatment, the suspect can be arrested and taken to court,” the source said. However, the suspect has fled home because of the incident.

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