Man In Shah Alam Hospitalised After Strangers Cut Off His Penis And Throw It Away
A man in Shah Alam has been hospitalised after being attacked by a group of strangers
According to The Star, around 7.30pm on Sunday, 3 April, a group of men near Tasik Alam Impian severed the genitals of a Pakistani man who holds a UN High Commission for Refugees card.
Shah Alam district deputy police chief Supt Ramsay Anak Embol said, "The victim was sitting by himself at the lake at Section 35 Shah Alam when a group of about four to six men approached him and began to ask him some questions."
He added that during the incident, one of the suspects became enraged and pulled the victim's trousers down and slashed his privates, causing the man to faint.
A friend of the victim, Rizwan Ahmad, had lodged a police report on Monday, 5 April.
He noted that the victim was tormented and asked to strip down before they cut off his penis and threw it away.
While talking to Malaysiakini, Rizwan said they asked the victim several questions, such as whether he is married and whether he had intercourse with his partner while in Malaysia.
The victim replied that he is married and his partner is in Pakistan, and he never had sexual relations while in Malaysia.
After that, one of the suspects demanded that he strip down and forced him to do 10 ear squats, also commonly known as ketuk-ketampi.
"After 10 times, he (my friend) pulled his pants back on. (The suspect) said 'I never told you to put on your pants. Why did you put on your pants?'" Rizwan said.
The ordeal did not end there. The suspect then asked the victim why his penis was not erect, to which the victim replied that he could not react.
Hearing this, the suspect decided to cut the man's penis as he deems it useless since it could not get erect.
Rizwan added that the victim begged them not to cut off his genitals. He quoted the victim saying, "My legs can be cut, my hands can be cut."
Despite his pleas, the suspect cut off the man's penis, tossed it aside, and ran away.
The man's missing penis has yet to be found.
He is currently receiving treatment at the Kuala Lumpur Hospital and was previously admitted to the Tengku Ampuan Rahimah Hospital in Klang before being transferred.