Sexually frustrated man chops off his genitals after wife refuses sex

Updated: Dec 09, 2016, 16:40 IST | mid-day online correspondent |

In a bizarre incident, a 37-year-old man from Uttar Pradesh reportedly chopped off his penis with a knife after his wife refused to have sex with him. The couple have been married for 18 years

Sexually frustrated man chops off his genitals after wife refuses sexScreengrab/YouTube video

In a bizarre incident, a 37-year-old man from Uttar Pradesh reportedly chopped off his penis with a knife after his wife refused to have sex with him

The man Ghasi Ram claims that his wife has not had sex with him for almost 10 years which is why he was sexually frustrated. The incident ocurred when he returned home drunk one night and asked his wife to have sex with him. 

Sexually frustrated man chops off his genitals after wife refuses sexThe wife Manjiri

When she refused, in the fit of rage, he sliced off his penis with a knife and collapsed on the floor. Terrified, his wife Manjiri called the doctor.

The couple have been married for 18 years and have three children. "I was frustrated. We have not had sex for last ten or twelve years. She would never make love to me," Ghasi Ram told the Daily Mail. was quoted saying.

Sexually frustrated man chops off his genitals after wife refuses sexThe man who cut off his genitals

Meanwhile, his wife Manjiri has dismissed her husband's claims saying that she simply said no to him as he was drunk and she was very angry with him.

Her husband added, "I was frustrated. We have not had sex for the last ten or twelve years. She would never make love to me. She will not sit close to me and always refuses my demands."

No complaint has been filed with the police in the case.

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