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Young man left in coma after bulldog rips his penis and testicles off in horrific attack

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A 22-year-old has been left in a coma after an Olde English Bulldog ripped his genitals off his body in a horrific attack last Sunday, in a flat at East Lothian, Scotland.

The young man reportedly lost both his penis and testicles and was found by emergency responders unconscious, in a pool of blood, at the flat.

While the victim who suffered severe injuries to his groin area was admitted to the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary and put into an induced coma, the bulldog has been locked in kennels as investigations are being carried out.

A spokeswoman for the Scotland police force said:

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“Police in East Lothian are investigating after a man suffered serious injuries, believed to have been caused by a dog, in Haddington on Sunday. Emergency services were called to a property in the High Street area at around 2.30pm.

“A 22-year-old man was taken to the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary by the Scottish Ambulance Service, and later transferred to the Western General Hospital where he remains receiving treatment. Inquiries into the full circumstances are ongoing.”Follow us on Social Media

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