11 stitchesWatch out! Women's sexual skills may be...dangerous. Eleven stitches were necessary to reattach a nearly severed penis. Malaysian doctors have managed to save an Indonesian man, after a 6 hours surgery. The patient got in this kind of trouble after his first wife got very irritated when he compared her sex skills with those of his younger second wife.
The 43-year-old Indonesian construction worker in southern Johor state was in bed with his 48-year-old wife praising his newly wed second wife's sexual skills (she was in her 30s); the enraged woman decided to chop off her husband's penis, took a kitchen knife and cut it off, while shouting insults and accusations at him.
Shocked and in deep pain, the man still could pull on his trousers and ride his motorcycle to a nearby hospital, where the organ was reattached. The victim's loud screams of pain woke up other workers at the 'kongsi', who rushed him to the nearby hospital. "The doctors were able to reattach the victim's penis. He received 11 stitches and he was in the operating room for about six hours. Initial investigations revealed that the motive for the assault was jealousy," said district police chief Abd Aziz Ahmad.
The man, who's identity was not given to the press, went after that to the police to file a lawsuit against his wife, and the woman was arrested. A Malaysian court sentenced the woman, named Umidah Spetu, to six months in jail. The woman was a canteen operator, this explaining perhaps her skill in cutting off his husband's penis. The two have been married for 17 years and have two children. The second wife did not live in the same 'kongsi'. In Malaysia, Muslim men are allowed to marry up to four wives.