Woman cuts off alleged stalker's penis to 'teach him a lesson', then rushes him to hospital to save his life
The 27-year-old stalker was a neighbor who had been troubling and harassing the woman, a married 47-year-old, for the past several months
A woman in India allegedly lured her stalker to an isolated location and chopped off his genitals in anger. However, local police say she then rushed the man to the hospital and saved his life after he suffered an extensive loss of blood. According to the Daily Mail, the incident unfolded in Mumbai, one of the most populous cities in the country. The 27-year-old stalker was a neighbor who had been troubling and harassing the woman, a married 47-year-old, for the past several months.
Fed up of what she later described as "constant harassment," the woman employed the help of two other young men from her neighborhood and lured the stalker to an isolated spot near some railway tracks to carry out the attack.
When the 27-year-old arrived at the tracks, located in an industrial zone in the Dombivli suburb of the city, police say the two men sprung into action and restrained him. The woman then took the lead and cut off his genitals in the street before deciding to take him to the hospital for treatment. She then confessed to the attack and all three were later arrested.
Speaking about the case, Senior Inspector Gajanan Kabdule said, "We have arrested the woman and two accomplices and she has accepted it was her plan to chop off the stalker's penis because of his constant harassment," adding, "We recovered the knife and genitals and all three accused are in police custody."
While the woman's identity was not made public, Times of India reported that the man was one Tushar Pujare, who works as a sales executive in the loan department of a multinational bank. He was said to be in critical condition and was admitted to the intensive care unit.
Details later emerged about how the 27-year-old had troubled the woman in the past. He had allegedly sought out sexual favors from her and even told her husband he was in love with her, which then led to a fight between the couple.
The story was confirmed by a police source who told the Times of India, "Pujare was in love with the married woman and had been pestering her for sexual favors. He had been stalking her despite his advances being rejected."
A First Investigative Report details the story further. "Following a fight with her husband, the woman got angry and decided to teach Pujare a lesson. She contacted two youngsters from the area — Tejas Mahatre (22) and Pravin Kenia (25) — and sought their help. On Tuesday, Mahatre and Kenia summoned Pujare for a meeting at an isolated place on the pretext of a loan. When Pujare reached the spot, the duo manhandled him."
The woman and the two men are in the custody of the Manpada Police and are being held on suspicion of attempted murder.