Man accidentally cut off his testicle while doing this
In Ghana, a 47-year-old man is in hospital for surgery after accidentally cutting his own testicles off while sleeping.
The man who is a farmer named Kofi Atta also known as Wofa Atta, dozed off in an armchair and said he managed to pick up a knife while sleeping and dreaming about cutting meat.
In his sleep, he said he mistakenly cut his testicle.
Still in a dream-like state, the farmer from Assin Akomfede called for two neighbours who rushed to his house and found him alone, covered in blood.
He was rushed to St Francis Xavier hospital in Assin Fosu.
Speaking to BBC Pidgin he said: "I was sitting in my chair when I dozed off. In my sleep, I dreamt that I was cutting some meat in front of me.
"I don’t remember how I picked up the knife, even I am confused."
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