WTF: Woman Cuts Cheating Husband's Penis Off With Scissors Twice (Photos)

by Sean Levinson

A Chinese woman chopped off her husband's penis not once but twice after discovering he had been cheating on her.

Fan Lung, 32, of China's Henan province was busted thanks to an email he sent to his 21-year-old mistress, the Daily Mail reports.

Not only did the father of five send the message from his wife's phone, but he was also dumb enough to forget to log out afterward.

His 30-year-old wife, Feng Lung, was livid when she found the message along with many others to the younger woman.

To get her revenge, she took a pair of scissors to her husband's penis while he was sleeping.

Fan Lung was rushed to the hospital, where surgeons were able to reattach the severed organ.

But Feng was determined to show her husband that some mistakes cannot be repaired.

So she crept into his hospital room and cut Fan's penis off again, tossing it out the window right after.

Now it was Fan who went berserk, chasing his wife out of the hospital and assaulting her, despite the fact that he had no clothes on and had just been severely injured.

A hospital spokesman said,

The first we were aware of what happened was when someone came into the reception area to say a naked man was beating up a woman outside the hospital. Staff rushed out to see what was happening and found the patient with blood streaming down his legs hitting the woman.

Feng was arrested for causing grievous bodily harm.

Fan lost a significant amount of blood, the spokesman added, and had to undergo another emergency procedure.

He is reported to be in stable condition, but his penis was nowhere to be found.

Fan's mistress came to see him at the hospital and declared that she intends to become his wife.

She said,

It doesn't matter that he's lost his fertility, he has five children already.

Doctors speculate the penis was probably taken by a stray dog or a cat.

Citations: Wife chopped her husbands penis off after she discovered he had cheated on her then cut it off AGAIN after surgeons managed to reattach it in China (Daily Mail)