STABBED IN PENIS AT A POUND PUB!
Old boys’ drunken brawl ends in violence
A MAN was stabbed through the PENIS after a trivial altercation in a pub turned to violence, a court has heard.
The savage knife wound went through his manhood into his groin, just missing his femoral artery.
As 64-year-old victim Terence Flood was tended by paramedics he was terrified to hear them say “it’s a bad one” and that he would not survive if they took him to the hospital originally planned.
Instead he was rushed to a nearby hospital where he was treated for the agonising wounds, which also included cuts to his left hand.
Liverpool Crown Court heard that the incident happened on July 14 last year while Mr Flood and his attacker, Alex Walker, 71, were in The Pound Pub in Atherton, Lancs.
Mr Flood mentioned to Walker he had heard rumours that he owed someone £60 which angered Walker who invited him outside.
Mr Flood said he did not want to fall out with him and had just been trying to do him a favour.
But Walker ( above) insisted so he went, expecting to continue the verbal argument.
A scuffle occurred during which Walker lunged at Mr Flood. He did not know what had happened, but someone shouted ‘ oh my God!’ and he became aware of blood.”
Mr Flood said the pain was “indescribable”, the swelling has only just subsided and he is concerned about his ability to get an erection.
When questioned Walker, a former joiner, said he had drunk 10 pints of beer.
He admitted wounding Mr Flood with intent and possessing a lock knife.
He was jailed for six years.