Chinese Woman Kills Man By Squeezing His Testicles Over Parking Space Row

By : Subscribe to Ankita's | April 28, 2012 4:42 PM IST

A female scooter rider in China killed a man on April 19 by squeezing his testicles during an argument over parking space.    

The Chinese woman squeezed the local store owner's testicles until he collapsed during the fight over parking space.

The 41-year-old unidentified woman in Haiku City in the Hainan Province of China rode on her scooter to an elementary school to pick up her child. When she tried to park her scooter in front of a local store, the 42-year-old shop owner told her that she was not allowed to park in front of the store.

Both began arguing on the issue. Although people near the store tried to settle the matter, the woman was quite furious and ended up calling her husband and brother to help her.

As soon as her husband and brother arrived the argument turned into a more violent fistfight, according to China News 24.

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During the fight the woman managed to hold the man's testicles and squeezed them until he fell down. The middle-aged man was in lot of pain and was immediately taken to the hospital for treatment. However, he couldn't survive the pain and died in the hospital.

If you are searching for an answer whether a man can be killed by just squeezing his testicles then the answer is yes, a man can die.   

Urologist and San Diego Sexual Medicine's director Dr. Irwin Goldstein told Gizmodo that it is certainly possible to die from severe testicular pain.

"The testicles are exquisitely sensitive to touch and there is a huge release of adrenalin when there is excessive force applied to these organs. Testicular pain is referred to the lower abdomen, mesenteric plexus, and causes men to stop abruptly what they are doing, lie on the ground, close their eyes and bend their knees. A heart attack could certainly result from severe testicular pain from squeezing," Gizmodo said.

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