Wife cuts off husband’s penis because he was playing too much golf


In what seems every man’s worst nightmare, a wife allegedly cut off her husband’s penis while he was sleeping because he was playing too much golf.

Neighbors nearby in the city of Yeosu, South Korea, heard loud groaning as the 54-year-old man was dismembered. The man’s wife claimed to have subsequently flushed his organ down the toilet after removing it from his body.

The Jeju Weekly reports that when a neighbor ventured into the couple’s flat to investigate, he found the man lying on the floor. Reports say that the woman, identified only as Mrs. Kim, 50, said her husband had previously been abusive towards her. She went on to say he played too much golf and never gave her enough money.

Neighbors said the couple appeared to be happy and that they had no idea of the internal strife.

The husband is now in the hospital in non-critical condition.

Police are set to launch an investigation, as well as issue an arrest warrant.

Golf has become extremely popular in South Korea in recent years and is considered a status symbol, more so than in other Asia-Pacific countries. Golf clubs are considerably more expensive in South Korea than their counterparts in Japan and the United States, as well. Women’s golf is strong in the country, with 47 South Koreans playing on the world’s leading women’s LPGA tour in the US.

The southern city of Yeosu is perfect for golfing. Thanks to the sea wind and warm current, Yeosu has cool summers and mild winters. It’s ocean climate also brings Yeosu relatively longer springs and autumns than in other regions.

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