37. Deltona woman accused of biting husband's penis
DELTONA -- A 27-year-old woman was arrested during the early morning hours on a misdemeanor battery charge of biting her husband's penis, the Volusia County Sheriff's Office reported.
Delou Bowers told responding deputies that after he and his wife, Charris returned home from a bar they began to have oral sex during which she bit down on the tip of his penis, forcing him to punch her in the face to unclench her jaw. He said his wife then let go and tried to hit him before he pushed her down and called for help, according to the Sheriff's report.
Charris Bowers told deputies her husband insisted on having oral sex when they got home from the bar and after she sat down on the couch, he tried to put his penis in her mouth and that it was limp and that is when she bit him.
The deputy wrote in his report that he found inconsistencies in the wife's recollection of what happened and took a photo of the husband's bitten penis for evidence. The wife was then transported to the Volusia County Branch Jail for processing.
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