Techiman Fire Chief Bitten Manhood Case In Court

The Techiman circuit court has adjourned sitting on the case of the embattled Municipal Fire Commander, Philip Ansah Andoh, whose manhood was reportedly bitten by his lady subordinate.

Philip Ansah Andoh’s male organ was allegedly bitten by a 24-year-old community fire protection assistant, Ataa Takyi, who claimed her boss attempted to forcibly sleep with her.

The court, presided over by Juan Eyi Kin, has asked the accused person to reappear on October 27, 2016.

Ms Takyi was however, not spotted in court for the second time and there was no explanation from the prosecutor as to why she failed to turn up.

Narrating what happened before the chief fire officer was injured, Takyi told the media that she answered a knock on her door only to see Mr Ansah Andoh standing there with a large plastic bag.

According to Ms Takyi, when she collected the bag and turned to enter her room, the fire chief followed her and sat on one of the chairs, claiming that

when she asked him to leave the room because she was going to bed, Mr Andoh refused to do so.

Instead, the lady claimed the officer began fondling her breasts and pulling her cloth.

“I resisted initially and later he threatened me saying he is the commander and so anything he wants he gets it; and because he said that, I got scared he would do something bad to me,” Miss Ataa Takyi narrated.

“Being afraid of losing my job, I decided to give in with a different motive to defend myself. I told him I am ready and so he should do whatever he wants to do with me; but after romancing with him for three minutes, I grabbed his penis and bit it hard,” Ms Tayi said.

She said the officer collapsed as blood was oozing from his manhood.

She said she realised he was bleeding and feared he could lose his life and therefore called for help, adding that Mr Ansah  Andoh was taken to the Dr Kesse Hospital at Techiman for medical attention. He was treated and discharged.

However, the embattled fire commander explained that Ms Takyi had been his girlfriend for the past three to four months and so “there is no way I would rape a woman I am going out with.”

Mr Ansah Andoh stated that contrary to claims by the lady that he visited her after midnight and tried raping her, he said he never did such a thing.

“It’s a routine visit as I took my clothes to her to wash,” Mr Ansah Andoh said, still wondering what led to her reaction that night.

The fire officer has been suspended over the alleged sexual escapade.

The police have however, presented the case to the Attorney General’s office for advice after completion of its preliminary investigation.