Three young boys have been seriously injured after a mystery freshwater fish has bitten off their penises.
Three separate attacks have taken place in the Mekong Delta province of Dong Thap in Vietnam this month. On 5th August seven-year-old Nguyen Huu Thien had his tallywhacker-knob bitten-off by an as-yet-unidentified vicious fish. Thein had been swimming in the Kenh Giua River with a group of friends, supervised by their parents, when the cock-biting fish attacked. Witnesses say Thien began screaming, and trying to prise a fish off his genital-tube. The young lad was rushed to hospital with the majority of his dong missing.
Four days later little Hao was swimming in the same stretch of river with his penis-less sister when the todger-munching trout struck again. Hao lost 50% of his willy to the aquatic menace. According to reports the severed sections of both Hao’s and Thein’s knobs were retrieved and doctor’s are confident the organs have been successfully reattached.
Details of a third unnamed victim are currently unavailable, but the boy is said to be recovering from his ordeal and has been discharged from hospital.
The mystery attacker has not yet been identified, Vietnamese experts confirm that attacks from freshwater fish in Vietnam are unheard of and have so far been unable to come up with a native fish which would carry out such horrific acts. The much feared pacu fish is related to the infamous piranha but has strange human-like teeth and has a reputation for biting off the testicles and ball-sacks of fishermen in South America. How a pacu might find it’s way to Vietnam is unclear, but one of the nut-biters was recently discovered as far afield as Illinois, so you can never be too sure.
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