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Takes 'eat me up' a little too literally

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A Costa Rican woman whose boyfriend exhorted her to "eat me up" during an evidently torrid romp interpreted his request literally and bit off a piece of his penis, AFP reports.

Emergency services attended the scene of the San José todger chew after a wounded Marvin Rodríguez summonsed urgent assistance. Police official Fernando Ramírez told the local Diario Extra: "The victim called saying that while making love his girlfriend bit his penis. We removed the woman from the scene since he was threatening to retaliate."

Paramedic Héctor Blanco quickly stemmed the "intense haemorrhage", confirming "a piece was hanging off where he'd been bitten". Rodríguez was subsequently treated in hospital.

The Diario Extra was unable to elaborate whether the assailant, identified only by the surnames Rodríguez Araya, was arrested or would face charges over her "intense oral sex technique". She said in her defence: "Hey, I did what he asked, I bit it and chewed off a chunk."

It's evident that these are increasingly dangerous times for the male of the species. A spurned Russian woman recently blew off her ex's wanger with firecrackers, while a Singapore secretary's oral executive relief ended badly when she entirely relieved her boss of his executive credentials. ®

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