Naivasha impotent man chops off his penis, hands to a dog

He first started by trying out with a razor blade before grabbing a knife.

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A local daily reported on Thursday that the man hailing from Karai in Naivasha of Kiambu County threw his ‘useless penis’ to his home dog.

For experimental purposes, the man is said to have started chopping it off with a razor blade and probably after failing to work, opted to grab a knife.

The bizarre man attracted a mammoth full crowd at his home before administrative police intervened to rescue him and is currently battling for his dear life in a Naivasha hospital, after 30 minutes count of heavy bleeding.

A neighbor, only identified as Joseph Chege told the press that they found a pool of blood next to him.

"The man claimed the Bible ordered him to discard any body part that would deter him from entering heaven," Chege said.

Despite the incidence, eye witnesses said the man could still take few gallons of soda and a loaf of bread.

Chege also said the man worked in one of the quarries and never interacted with residents.

James Kabono, a Karai resident  termed the incident shocking, adding they were trying to understand why the man harmed himself.

"He decided to cut off the most important part of the body," Kabono said.

A woman at the scene claimed the man was impotent and decided to sever the body part "as it was not of any service to him," she said.

Joseph Mburu, the superintendent in charge of the hospital, said the man was in critical condition.

"He has been taken to the theatre...we hope he shall recover,"  Mr Mburu said.

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