A 29-year-old man is accusing police at Techiman in the Bono East region of rendering him impotent after an unprovoked assault on him.
Larri Taesar Damjet claimed two community police officers at the Techiman division came to his house at New Techiman, a suburb of Tanoso to arrest him for allegedly impregnating a 16-year-old girl.
The officers from the Domestic Violence and Victims Support Unit were dispatched on Sunday to arrest him.
However, there was a scuffle when Mr Damjet resisted arrest. One of the officers in an attempt to drag him out accidentally peeled off the skin on his manhood.
“The police officer wanted to break my manhood because he kept pulling it while the other one held my hands,” he bemoaned.
He said when they realised he was bleeding the police rushed him to the Techiman Holy Family Hospital for medical attention.
He was later transferred to the Wenchi Methodist Hospital and after some minor surgeries; the young man said the power in his manhood is gone.
“My penis and scrotum are all swollen. I only see urine around my genitals; I don’t feel anything,” Mr Damjet bemoaned.
Mr Damjet, who is still on admission, said he had lost hope after doctors gave him 50/50 chance of getting any erectile function.