A Bengarluru court sentenced a Dentist for cutting off her ex lover’s penis at her clinic around a decade ago. The court sentenced her to 10 years rigorous imprisonment along with a fine.
The dentist, Dr Sayeeda Ameena Nahim, 42, was in relationship with the victim, who himself is a Physician. She bobbitised him on November 29, 2008, after she learnt about his marriage to another woman.
The judge said, “The victim has lost his marital life and has suffered mental agony, which cannot be compensated by any means.”
According to the case, they both were in a relationship when the victim broke up with her and married another woman.
Learning about this, Sayeeda asked him to meet her at the clinic and gave him a drink laced with sedatives. He was left unconscious and she then cut off his penis using the dental tools.
After doing this, she helped the victim to reach a nearby hospital and fled.
The prosecution said she didn’t return the victim’s amputated organ despite the victim and his wife requesting for it as the doctors told them there was a chance of fixing it back.
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