Police trace owner of severed penis and testicles found in man’s freezer a year after a second victim called an ambulance during a botched castration
- Police found a severed penis and testicle stocked in a man’s freezer in Brisbane
- Ryan Andrew King is charged with grievous bodily harm with intent to maim
- The 28-year-old allegedly cut of a man’s testicle at a backpackers in July last year
- Alleged victim from 2018 was found after police uncovered genitals in freezer
Police have tracked down the owner of a severed penis and testicle stocked in a man’s freezer after a second victim was mangled in a botched ‘surgery’.
Ryan Andrew King was charged with grievous bodily harm with intent to maim in July 2020 after he allegedly cut off a man’s testicle at a backpacker hostel in Brisbane.
The 28-year-old’s alleged victim, whom he met online, needed emergency medical treatment to stop blood gushing from the wound during the ‘surgical procedure’.
Ryan Andrew King was charged with grievous bodily harm with intent to maim in July 2020 after he allegedly cut off a man’s testicle at a backpackers in Brisbane
Paramedics were called to the hostel to treat the alleged victim and police searched King’s home in West End the day later.
Inside a freezer in his home, officers allegedly found a different, unknown, man’s penis and testicle was they conducted the search.
Through their investigations, which included observing King’s GoPro footage, police have now tracked down the other alleged victim, The Courier-Mail reported.
King allegedly travelled to Melbourne in 2018 to perform the consensual surgery for that victim.
He allegedly removed the 66-year-old man’s penis and one testicle and then travelled home to Brisbane with them, storing them in his freezer for up to two years.
The pair allegedly met up again on September 2, 2019 at accommodation in Loganholme, where King is accused of removing the other testicle.
Through their investigations, which included observing King’s GoPro footage, police were able to track down the other alleged victim (stock image)
The 66-year-old man never complained to police about the alleged procedure but visited Logan Hospital for treatment.
He was only found by police after they investigated King’s GoPro footage and his online history.
Police allege King used a scalpel at Loganholme, while a Cyropen – which removes skin lesions – was the tool for the procedure at the backpackers.
The man whose genitals were allegedly removed at the backpackers flushed his own testicle down the toilet, police claim.
King was hit with a second charge of doing grievous bodily harm with intent to maim on September 22.