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General News of Wednesday, 1 July 2020

Source: MyNigeria

Nigerians react as wife chops off husband's p*nis with knife (Graphic pictures)

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An 8-month pregnant wife has allegedly chopped off her husband's penis after they had a quarrel this morning.

A twitter user, @drpenking who shared the graphic pictures of the man's chopped off penis stated that the woman did it by using a kitchen knife.

He wrote: "An 8-month pregnant wife had a little quarrel with her husband this morning which got physical. She grabbed a kitchen knife and amputated the man's penis. When next you want to advocate against domestic violence, remember that it can be both ways".

Below are some reactions gathered by MyNigeria.com

@Christ_tilewa wrote: "I pray we don’t get used by the devil. She could have controlled her anger".

@Olychris1_ asked: "Jeeeeezzzzz was he sleeping when she did it....this is bad".

@Ore_akiinde responded: "Whether he was sleeping or not doesn’t matter, he just lost his sexual organ due to domestic violence and this is entirely wrong".

@seun_deeva wrote: "Ah!!! What was the husband looking at before it got to this stage... Was he naked during the quarrel? I'm just curious o. Wickedness leleyi now".

@MrTemu wrote: "I have said it times and again. Anything in the hand of an angry person is a weapon and to be deployed without reasoning. Never engaged anyone physically, you and/or can become the victim. In the face of aggression, please, escape. Anger is a short form of d(A)anger".

@EguriaseE wrote: "We should just be prayerful for us not to marry the wrong person, is not a crime to have a misunderstanding, but understanding matters a lot, try settled matter on time before it gets out of hands like this".

@davidjaiyesimi1 wrote: "If it is a breast now ... Onome the feminist will not allow us to hear a word".

@afra_adade wrote: "Sure domestic violence goes both ways. Many men don't speak out because 'society' has trained them to bottle their emotions and the fear of being ridiculed and seen as weaklings. We need to overhaul our mindsets and do better as a people".



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