A man in Uttar Pradesh's Shahjahanpur bit a part of his neighbour's genitals on August 29 after the latter's goats strayed into his compound, damaging some of his belongings.
The incident that took place in Roza left the goat owner injured, requiring four stitches. The victim was admitted to a city medical college where his condition was described as stable after both men made reports at the neighbourhood police station.
The victim told The Times of India "I had a quarrel with my neighbour Gangaram Singh because of my goats. He pushed me to the ground and bit my private parts due to which I lost my consciousness. I approached police, but they initially refrained from registering an FIR."
He continued that the pain was excruciating and he feared the injury may compromise the ability to have a normal married life.
Amit Pandey, SHO Roza station, added "After initial investigation and considering the medical report, we registered an FIR against Gangaram under IPC sections 323 (voluntarily causing hurt), 504 (intentional insult) and 506 (criminal intimidation)." ...
He continued "The victim was given treatment by the emergency medical officer in hospital. The doctor said injuries were external and there was no damage to any internal veins. The victim will recover over time and can live a normal life. We'll take strict action against Gangaram".
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