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Man Still Alive After Armed Robbers Shot A Straight Bullet At His Penis

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This man, pictured above, and identified as Lucky Mokotedi, is one of the luckiest persons alive today.

Lucky shared testimony on how his manhood was miraculously saved when he was attacked by an armed robber.

Lucky said he watched in horror as the thug aimed straight at his penis and pulled the trigger.

He said he closed his eyes, felt the impact, but heard a clang, he then looked down and saw that his belt buckle had saved his penis

43-year-old Lucky, from Ekurhulenisaid, South Africa, said he was so grateful to his buckle for saving his most precious asset.

He, according to Daily Sun SA, said he ran to help a resident on Sunday who was being robbed when he suddenly found himself face to face with a robber with a wild look on his face and a gun in his hand.

“The thug told me he wanted to rob me of my penis. When he aimed for it I knew my life was about to change forever because my girlfriend would dump me.

“What would be the use of a man without a penis?”

He said he prayed hard when the thug fired.

“It was a miracle the bullet didn’t hit my 4-5. It bounced off my belt and struck my thumb. I’m in pain now, but it’s a lot better than life without my 4-5. I praise my ancestors for my narrow escape. I want to go home and tell my parents what happened.”

Lucky said he thought the gun only had one bullet in it.

“The thug fired one shot and ran away,” he said.

Residents went to hunt for the thug and found him hiding in a shack. He was moered and handed over to the cops.

“I want that man to face many years in jail,” said Lucky.

Community leader Peter Selepe said they have a serious crime problem in the area.

“We don’t have lights and robbers take advantage of the situation. We want the municipality to electrify all the squatter camps in Ekurhuleni.”

Ekurhuleni Municipality says all the squatter camps will be electrified soon.

Winnie Mandela in Tembisa is the first squatter camp to be electrified by the municipality.

A case of grievous bodily harm was opened at Thokoza Police Station for investigation.


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