Cheating Chinese hubby gets penis cut off by wife — twice

A wife in China reportedly chopped off her husband’s penis — twice —while he was sleeping after discovering he had cheated on her.

Fan Lung, 32, had used his wife’s mobile phone to send a saucy message to his 21-year-old lover, but forgot to log out of his account afterwards.

When his 30-year-old wife, Feng, discovered the message, she reportedly grabbed a pair of scissors, stormed into their bedroom and cut off his penis.

Doctors were able to save Lung’s manhood and surgically reattach his penis.

But fuelled by jealousy, Lung’s wife snuck back into his hospital room and chopped it off again, this time throwing it out the window.

Despite blood running down his legs, a furious Lung allegedly chased her outside and hit her.

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.

Despite efforts from both doctors and police to find the man’s missing organ, it was never found. It is believed it may have been snatched by a stray dog or cat.

Lung’s mistress, Zhang Hun, rushed to the hospital to be at her lover’s side.

She said she had planned to marry him as soon as possible and didn’t care if his fertility was affected.

Police said the man’s wife is now facing jail.


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