Friday, 06. December 2013 - 21:12
25. 02. 13. - 12:00
It remains unclear whether the 33-year-old man is a case of self-mutilation or has been the victim of a crime. The police are still investigating why the man’s genitals were cut off.
The employees of a fast food restaurant at Gasometer (Vienna) noticed a haggard man, who was wandering around yesterday (Sun) around 7 a.m. There were stains of blood on his clothes. When policemen stopped Maciej P., he said that he was fine.
The Polish man who smelled of alcohol and had clearly taken tablets was nevertheless taken to hospital. There, the doctors discovered that his penis and testicles had been surgically removed.
"The victim was questioned briefly after the surgical treatment. He cannot recall what had happened", said spokesperson of the police Adina Mircioane.
Maciej P. was put into an artificial coma after his first treatment.
In the meantime, the crime scene was discovered: razor blades, skin and cartilage fragments were secured in a public toilet in the entrance hall of the U3 metro line at Gasometer. The genitals are definitely past remedy.
The police said that the current details of evidence would exclude third party negligence.
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