Man who tore boyfriend’s penis in violent rage before waging campaign of harassment dodges prison

A man in Birmingham who tore his boyfriend’s penis in a violent argument over dinner has avoided prison.

The victim, a 32-year-old teacher in Birmingham, decided to share his story to raise awareness of domestic abuse in gay relationships after he was attacked by his former partner.

He told BirminghamLive that first he met Luke Lal in Birmingham city centre in November, 2018, and three months later they started dating.

In the beginning, the relationship was good, but the victim said Lal soon “changed” and became violent.

On the evening of January 29, 2020, the couple were planning dinner, and when the victim said what he wanted, Lal insisted they have pakoras.

“He said he was going to the shop to collect food and when he came back he had bought pakoras,” the victim said.

“I said that I didn’t want to eat it. He started getting angry saying I’m not following what he wants to do, that I need to listen. He punched me, then he pulled my penis five times.”

Lal pulled his penis so hard that he suffered a tear, which caused “a severe throbbing pain”.

He managed to escape the flat and call the police, before going to hospital where the tear in his penis had to be glued back together.

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