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Florida Man Accused of Cutting Off Penis of Ex’s New Boyfriend

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A Florida man is being held on a $1 million bond after he was accused of cutting off the penis of his ex’s new boyfriend.


According to the Chicago Tribune, a judge has ordered 28-year-old Justin Foster be held on a million dollar bond after he was arrested earlier this year.


Police said Foster, a Tallahassee resident, flew from Atlanta to Chicago, before renting a car and heading to Des Plaines. Police said upon his arrival, Foster approached the 26-year-old lover of his ex-girlfriend on the street, hit him in the head with a tire iron, carved initials into his leg and then cut off his penis.


Detectives said Foster then threw the man’s penis over a fence, dragged him behind a parked car and left him in a pool of blood.


Foster then reportedly boarded a flight back to Atlanta.


The Chicago Tribune reported that the victim was found by a passer-by. He was then rushed to the hospital with life-threatening injuries.


He also suffered permanent brain damage.


Foster was arrested on Aug. 27 and extradited to Illinois in September. He is charged with attempted murder.




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With the victim having brain damage I wonder how the assailant [suspect] was identified.


I mean if he carved his own initials into the guys leg that would be stupid. On par for Florida, but still stupid. Even still "JF" could be anyone. Maybe somebody was carving the initials of their favorite President and either got bored or interrupted. 

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