Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Some People Aren't Worth Protecting From the Police

Posted By on Wed, Oct 12, 2011 at 12:00 PM

Just for the record, if anyone stabs anything into my scrotum, I might not call the cops either, mostly because I would be immediately planning my Kill Bill style revenge:

In the month’s most wince-producing assault, a Kansas man was stabbed in the scrotum with a hypodermic needle, which broke off inside the 39-year-old victim’s body.

According to a Wichita Police Department report, the victim told cops that the stabbing occurred during an argument with the needle wielder. Cops believe that the attacker is a female acquaintance—or girlfriend—of the man with the punctured scrotum.

Investigators reported that the victim, who was not cooperative, was admitted to St. Francis Hospital for surgery. A CAT scan “showed part of needle broke off inside scrotum,” the report noted.

Police have made no arrests in connection with last Wednesday’s stabbing, which has been classified as aggravated assault, a felony.

[The Smoking Gun]

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