Amanda Palmer, a 43-year old woman, was arrested by the Kansas City Police Department after she tore off her husband’s genitals with her teeth as an act of vengeance for an alleged infidelity.
According to TMZWORLDNEWS.COM, during her interrogation, Christina confessed that she had been planning her crime since she had surprised her husband performing oral sex on her crystal meth dealer.
She told police that she had spent many hours sharpening her teeth with a nail file over the last week to make the castration easier.
She finally put her plan into action and began by tying her husband’s hand and feet to their bed, pretending that it was part of a sexual game.
In an astonishing feat of jaw strength, she then tore through her husband’s genitals with her teeth, tearing his penis and testicles from his body.
She then left him there, severely bleeding, and went into another room where she proceeded to get high.
The victim, 47-year old Jackson Palmer, was, fortunately, able to untie himself in a matter of minutes and call 911, before he finally lost consciousness.
The police and paramedics arrived a few moments later, and rapidly arrested Mrs. Palmer and transported her husband to the Kansas City University Hospital.
When the officers arrived on the site, the victim was partially clothed, unconscious and covered with blood, police chief David Itty told reporters.
The accused was sitting on a couch, smoking crystal meth with her face and clothes full of blood. She immediately confessed to castrating her husband, screaming “I bit his dick off!” over and over again, and bragging about her crime.
Amanda Palmer faces charges of aggravated domestic assault and attempted murder, as well as possession of drugs and drug paraphernalia.
However, she will have to undergo a complete psychiatric evaluation before her trial can begin.
Her husband remains in a “critical condition”, but the doctors watching him no longer fear for his life. He will continue to be hospitalized for at least a week, but the damage done to his genitals is permanent and will necessitate some serious reconstructive surgery.