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Kenyan woman chops off husband’s private parts in “self defence” during a fight

29 February 2016, 15:32

Mombasa - A 32-year-old woman who chopped off her husband’s manhood on Friday has been arrested.

Pauline Mukiri was arrested at Kiembeni Estate in Mombasa Saturday evening and is currently being held at Bamburi Police station.

Daily Nation reports that six-month pregnant Mukiri attacked Alloys Matata at a local bar, where sources indicate he was having a good time with another woman.

When they got home that evening, she chopped off his manhood and left him for the dead.

Read Also: Clan elders charged for pouring pepper into a woman’s genitals

He was rescued by neighbours who rushed him to the hospital, but he succumbed to injuries.

The couple had been staying together for one year, Citizen TV reports, with the woman saying that she committed the offence in self-defence.

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