Indian Girl Cut Off Uncle’s Penis After He Tried To Rape Her For A Second Time

Indian Girl Cut Off Uncle’s Penis After He Tried To Rape Her For A Second Time

An Indian teenage girl thought to be either 17 or 18 got the ultimate revenge after her uncle tried to rape her for a second time: She chopped his penis off. After the unnamed girl became sick, her mother asked her sister’s husband, Mahendra Mehta, to cure her.

Mehta, known in the community as a tantrik (a person who practices meditation and ancient rituals) believed his niece was influenced by a supernatural power. So, he gagged and raped her in his house to rid her of the spirits. This was the first time rape occurred.

Because the girl didn’t tell anyone about the incident and Mehta is a trusted member of the family, nobody suspected a thing. The second time the girl went to her uncle’s house, she was prepared with a cell phone and a knife.

This time, she recorded a conversation between them, sliced off his penis and managed to escape. She then filed a police complaint, and the suspect is still at large. Without a penis.

via: The Independent, Photo Credit: Getty Images

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