Man Hacks Off Penis After ‘Women Demanded Sex In Dream’ (Photo) – Concise News


File image used for illustration Horrifying pictures have emerged of a husband’s gruesome injuries after he reportedly hacked off his penis following a dream. Concise News reports that Wahab Sa’adu, 35, said he was fed up with women demanding sex from him in a dream that he chose to cut off his organ. Now shocking images show the injuries, from which the fashion designer is still recovering. Wahab said he carried his genitals to a neighbour’s house in Alapa. Alapa is an area in Ilorin, Kwara State – Nigeria. Speaking after the horror, the husband said: “Prior to the incident, I had a dream in which three unidentified women appeared to me and ordered that I drink battery acid, which I did the following morning without the knowledge of anyone. “Three days after, I had another dream where the same women ordered me to wake up and cut off my penis. It was after cutting it off that I regained consciousness. So I rushed home for immediate remedy.” It is understood that Wahab used a razor blade to hack his penis and was dashed to the hospital. His distressed neighbour said: “We were at home preparing for the day’s work when Sa’adu came in with part of his manhood in his hand with bloodstain all over his trousers.” Reports claim Wahab’s father passed out immediately after the bloodshed. Wahab reportedly blamed the “handiwork of witches” for his sudden actions in February 2015, but the shocking images have only come to light. The fashion designer said his actions had been the ‘handiwork of witches’ (Mirror UK) They come after a member of the Redeemed Christian Church Of God (RCCG) cut off his penis because he wanted to concentrate on a fasting programme organised by the church. Astonishingly, he hoped it would grow back after fasting. In February, a wife allegedly cut off her partner’s manhood and cooked it in a pan of noodles. Afterwards, disturbing images are said to show the dismembered penis on the woman’s plate. However, this news medium has not yet been able to ascertain if the images are real.
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