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Cutting off her husband’s penis and throwing it into a trash can, how awful, a man will never truly know a woman's mind and what she is capable of  drugged, cut off penis, threw in the rubbish bin, well he won't be screaming at her any more as i expect he now has a squeaky voice. In the past some
severed members have been boiled, fed to ducks or even attached to hot air balloons.


cutting off her husband’s penis and throwing it into a trash can

A woman in the northern province Phetchaboon was arrested last month for cutting off her husband’s penis and throwing it into a trash can at the local bus station.

Buariow Wannarat, 54, was caught at a police checkpoint while on a bus to Bangkok. Police escorted her back to Phetchaboon Town to point out the trash receptacle where she discarded her man’s member.

Meanwhile, her husband, 40-year-old Sawang Wannarat, was taken to Lom Sak Hospital, where he was last reported as being in a stable condition.

Mrs Buariow told police that she had been married for 21 years: when she was 33 and Mr Sawang was a sprightly 19.

Recently, however, Mr Sawang started to treat her very badly, drinking heavily and shouting at her in public, she said. There was also gossip going around town that he was seeing other women.

On September 14, Mrs Buariow was drinking beer with friends near her house when Mr Sawang walked up and began shouting at her that she was cheating on him.

He said he was going to leave her and made her prostrate herself at his feet.

Around 10am the next day, Mrs Buariow was still enraged by the loss of face. While out buying her husband’s breakfast, she stopped off at the pharmacy to get some sleeping pills.

She mixed some of the pills in Mr Sawang’s morning drink, gave it to him and waited for them to take effect.

While Mr Sawang was sound asleep, Mrs Buariow sliced off his penis and put it in a plastic bag. She then took a bus from their house in Lom Sak to Phetchaboon Town Bus Station, where she threw the organ in a trash can before boarding a bus to Bangkok.

She was stopped by police in Nong Phai District, which borders Muang District to the south.

After making Mrs Buariow tell them where she threw the penis, police sent the organ to Lom Sak Hospital so doctors could try and reattach it.

At the time of writing it was still unclear whether Mr Sawang would regain any use of his severed manhood.

Thai doctors are world-renowned for the expertise in reattaching severed penises.

Knowing this, some of those responsible for the cutting have taken extra precautions to make such surgery impossible. Severed members have been boiled, fed to ducks or even attached to hot air balloons in the past.

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Anyone who goes to a psychiatrist should have his head examined.
 
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Re: Cutting off her husband’s penis and throwing it into a trash can
« Reply #1 on: January 28, 2018, 01:57:35 PM »
Be careful out there lads, and keep the sharp knives locked up
 
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Re: Cutting off her husband’s penis and throwing it into a trash can
« Reply #2 on: January 28, 2018, 02:16:45 PM »
Be careful out there lads, and keep the sharp knives locked up
where do i start :-[

Anyone who goes to a psychiatrist should have his head examined.
 

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Re: Cutting off her husband’s penis and throwing it into a trash can
« Reply #3 on: January 28, 2018, 06:12:30 PM »
yes guys no harm in having some fun,not trying to frighten you,some women get changes in physical, mental and even social well-being,as some might know, “Menopause” being the cause which some don't even realise they have and appears in their character. some thai's are ignorant to the fact that it exists as they have never been told about it. god forbid we can't talk about that at school it would't be right is the attitude.

https://www.bumrungrad.com/healthpoint/March-2015/Menopause
The World Health Organization defines menopause as the permanent cessation of menstruation resulting from a loss of ovarian follicular activity. Menopause can be confirmed after going 12 consecutive months without a period. The average age of menopause in Thai women is approximately 48-50 years, while the average age of menopause in Western women is around 50 years.
ignorance does not help your post one bit but it probably says an awful lot about you.
 

 



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