Woman Rips Off Ex’s Testicle for Refusing Sex
Ex rips off man’s tackle (Sun)
A JILTED girl tore off her ex-boyfriend’s testicle with her bare hands – then popped it in her mouth, a court heard yesterday. Amanda Monti, 24, grabbed Jeffrey Jones, 37, by the genitals in a rage after he refused to have sex. She ripped off his left testicle leaving him in “excruciating pain”. Monti, just 5ft 2in, then put it in her mouth to hide it. The testicle was later found by a pal of Mr Jones who handed it back, saying: “That’s yours.” Doctors were unable to re-attach it.
The victim told Liverpool Crown Court how he had earlier ended their relationship but Monti refused to accept it. After a party at his home in Netherton, she wanted sex but he was not interested. There was a struggle and she ripped off his shorts leaving him in his pants. He said: “She grabbed my genitals and pulled hard. I noticed my underpants had come off and I was in excruciating pain.” Monti, of Birkenhead, admitted unlawful wounding but said she had little memory of what happened. She will be sentenced later.
Yikes. Talk about counter-productive tactics.
via Kevin Aylward, who makes the appropriate Lorena Bobbit reference
UPDATE (Feb. 10): British Woman Sentenced for Ripping Off Ex’s Testicle
Amanda Monti, the Liverpool woman arrested last month for ripping her boyfriend’s testicle off and putting it in her mouth, has been sentenced:
A British woman was sentenced to 2 1/2 years in jail today for ripping off her ex-lover’s testicle with her bare hands during a drunken brawl after he refused her sex. Amanda Monti, 24, flew into a rage in May last year after Geoffrey Jones, 37, who had ended their long-term relationship, rejected her advances. She grabbed him by the genitals, tearing off his left testicle, then hid it in her mouth before a friend of Jones handed it back to him saying “that’s yours.”
Monti, of Birkenhead, near Liverpool, pleaded guilty to unlawful wounding at an earlier hearing.
2 years for lover attack (Liverpool Daily Post)
Judge Charles James told Monti he had taken into account a number of descriptions of her as a kind, conscientious and caring person and that she had also pleaded guilty before the trial.
But, your honor, wouldn’t her actions seem to contradict that description?