Man wakes up from boozy night out to discover his penis has been chopped off… and has no idea how it happened – The Sun

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Man wakes up from boozy night out to discover his penis has been chopped off… and has no idea how it happened – The Sun



A MAN woke up after a boozy night to discover his penis had been hacked off – and he had no idea how it happened.
Tan Nan had been out with friends when he became so drunk he fell asleep, it’s reported.
Picture shows medics at Tan Nan’s hospital bed after his penis was reattached
Google Changsha Hospital, where Tan Nan was treated by microsurgery experts
When he came round the following morning he felt a sharp pain in his groin – then noticed his genitals had been chopped off.
Only a little skin was connected, according to local paper STEN.
Police are now investigating the bizarre case, which happened in China.
Tan told cops he had no idea who was responsible for the cruel prank.
According to the Sanxiang Metropolis Daily, the 44-year-old from Huaihua, Hunan, was bleeding profusely at the time.
Several hospitals apparently turned him away as they were not equipped for such an operation.
Finally, he was taken to Changsha Hospital and treated by microsurgery experts.
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Dr. Wu Panfeng said usually parts of the body that had been amputated should be kept in a dry, refrigerated manner.
After seven hours of surgery, his manhood was successfully reattached.
Now he is recovering and doing well, said medics.

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