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Man nearly loses penis after prostitute attack

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Man nearly loses penis after prostitute attack
“I didn't see it coming, she must have been in a really foul mood,” the man, who preferred to remain anonymous, said. Photo: Stefan Andrej Shambora
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A Malaga man almost had his penis sliced off by a knife-wielding prostitute after an argument over the price of an orgy.

What could have been a night to remember turned into a fully-fledged nightmare within a matter of minutes.

Having been on a night out with friends, the man in question went to a local brothel near the southern Spanish city of Malaga.

There he decided to engage in an orgy with three prostitutes.

Once all the action was over, the women demanded €70 each for their services, but the man refused to pay one of them.

“I realize now I must have been a bit of a pain because of the alcohol I’d had” he told local online daily Ideal.

After a heated argument between the four, the mood changed as two of the women started to stroke and seduce the client to make him calm down.

What happened next caught him completely off guard.

One of the sex workers pulled out a knife and slashed the man’s genitalia.

“I didn’t see it coming, she must have been in a really foul mood,” the man, who preferred to remain anonymous, told Ideal.

“I used some bandages to apply a tourniquet to my penis and I caught a taxi to the nearest health centre.

“The cut was so deep doctors referred me to another hospital (in Marbella).”

His situation was so critical upon arrival, doctors had to give him a blood transfusion before he underwent surgery.

“The operation lasted two hours.

“Everything went well but doctors told me I was very close to dying or being impotent for the rest of my life.

“I’ll never go back to a place like that. It’s over me now, never again.”

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