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Palestinian Man Severs Own Testicle in Attempt to Become Palestinian Woman

Sidon hospital

Ah, the fun never ends in Sidon, Lebanon. Just yesterday, according to the Daily Star of Lebanon, a Palestinian man severed one of his testicles “in an attempt to carry out a sex reassignment surgery on himself.”

It should be one of the first thing any mother, Palestinian or otherwise, should teach her children: Don’t go swimming after eating fruit, don’t run around with scissors, and for Heaven’s sake, don’t carry out your own sex reassignment surgery.

Well, R.A., a young Palestinian lad, came running into a Sidon hospital Saturday afternoon, screaming in pain and barely holding on to a black plastic bag, where, it turned out, he chose to keep his severed testicle.

A medical team rushed to help R.A., and found out he had attempted to turn himself into a young Palestinian lass, as the attending physician later told The Daily Star.

Now listen to this – R.A. told the doctors that he saw a video on YouTube that explained how to perform the operation at home.

No sweat.

And now listen to this – he asked the medical team to go ahead and finish the job, but they refused.

They called the cops instead.

Stay tuned.

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