Man Cuts Off Penis of Wife’s Alleged Lover and Then Flees Scene
BELL, Florida – A man was arrested on Sunday after breaking into his wife’s lover’s home and cutting off his penis with a pair of scissors, according to the Gilchrist County Sheriff’s Office.
A deputy responded to the call Sunday after the victim called for help.
The man told investigators his neighbor, Alex Bonilla, 49, broke into his home with a gun and threatened to kill him. Two children were inside the home when Bonilla showed up, according to the report.
The victim said Bonilla tied him up and used a pair of scissors to cut off his penis. According to the arrest report, after Bonilla cut off the victim’s penis, he left the home with the penis.
Deputies said Bonilla caught the victim and his wife having sex a couple of weeks before the incident.
Bonilla is now facing several felony charges including aggravated assault, armed battery and false imprisonment.
A judge set Bonilla’s bond at $1.25 million. The victim was transported to a local hospital and is expected to be okay. He is recovering from his injuries.
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