Student 'bites off armed robber's penis when he broke in and forced her to perform sex act'

A STUDENT bit off an armed robber's penis after he allegedly broke into her room and forced her to perform oral sex, according to reports.

Emmanuel Ankron, 23, has been accused of raping Justina Donkor, a 24-year-old student, after breaking into her room and trying to steal her TV and mobile phone.


The bloody incident happened in Obuasi, Ghana, shortly after 2.30am on Saturday when Donkor said she woke up to find Ankron in her bedroom holding a sword.

The victim claimed Ankron stole her mobile phone and money before raping her and asking for oral sex, according to the BBC.

After Ankron allegedly forced himself on the student, Donkor bit off his penis.

Identifying herself as the victim as she spoke to ADOM TV, Donkor said: "Around 2.30am, I was sleeping and I heard someone hitting my window and the person finally broke into the room – I saw him holding a cutlass.

"So when I woke up and asked him what he was coming here to do, he responded that he was coming to steal.

"Before I knew, he reached for my panties and removed them after which he slept with me.

"So he took my phone and money. So I pleaded with him to take the things, but he shouldn’t kill me. And he said before he leaves, he must have another round again.

"So he removed his penis and asked me to lick it… I bit it very hard and out of pain, he also bit my back."

According to Pulse, Donkor said in a statement to police: "The suspect, with blood oozing from the wound, ran away leaving the TV set and her mobile phone behind."

Ankron's penis was retrieved by police after the incident and sent it to the hospital for possible reattachment, according to reports.

Pictures show Ankron lying on a hospital bed with his penis wrapped in a bandage.

Donkor spoke to local media outside the hospital about the incident, where both she and Ankron are being treated for injuries.

According to Kumi Kasa TV, Ankron was arrested at the hospital after Donkor realised he was being treated nearby and raised the alarm.

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