Woman Cuts Ex Lover’s Penis and Flushes it Down after Rape

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A woman chopped off her former boyfriend’s penis with scissors and then killed him with a hammer after he raped her, beat their young daughter and tried to blackmail her into giving him  $28,000 for a new car.

The Hong Kong High Court heard Chinese national Yeung Ki attacked Zhou Hui, her now-married former longtime lover, and flushed his penis down the toilet after feeding him with drug-laced soup, the South China Morning Post reported.

A Chinese mainlander living in Hong Kong on a one way permit, 41-year-old Yeung flew into a rage during a visit by Zhou on Boxing Day, 2012.

The 32-year-old piano teacher had come to the tiny public housing flat she shared with their four-year-old daughter to demand money and sex.

Evidence during Yeung’s trial for Zhou’s murder, which she denies although she has admitted she killed him, said the pair had an affair lasting years, during which he had deserted her while she was pregnant and borrowed money without paying it back on numerous occasions.

The twice-married Yeung said she met Zhou, a piano teacher, in 2006 after she divorced her ex-husband the year before.

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Afterwards, Yeung fed him with the drug-laced soup, took a pair of scissors and cut off his penis which she flushed down the toilet.

When Zhou was awakened by the pain, he started beating her and as they fought, she saw a hammer and grabbed it to bash him in the face.

He fell to his knees and she sat on his buttocks. He turned over and struggled but eventually released his grip.

Yeung beat him to death with an ‘almost uncountable’ number of blows from a hammer to his face and the back of his head, prosecutor Nicholas Adams said.

After the killing, Yeung wrapped the body in a bed sheet and covered it with a mattress.

The following day, Yeung took her daughter to a Social Welfare Department centre where she wept and confessed she had severed Zhou’s penis and killed him.

‘I cut it,’ Yeung told a social worker. ‘I think it was cruel. I did not mean it.’

Yeung says she is not guilty of murder and that she was provoked and suffered from depression.

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