You can’t be serious
Renato Seabra Wore Castrated Lovers Balls On His Wrist To Cure AIDS
We posted Renato Seabra’s story back in 2011, however at the time there was a disgusting and disturbing detail that was left out…
He used his lover’s testicles as a talisman.
Renato Seabra, a Portuguese male model, said he was so tortured by his May-December romance with Carlos Castro that he beat him to death, castrated him with a corkscrew, then wore the dead man’s manhood on his arms to harness what he believed was its healing powers, his defense lawyer said at Friday’s opening of the murder trial.
“He put one on each wrist,” said lawyer Rubin Sinins said. “He did this for his protection. He could also harness the power. He wandered the streets of Manhattan, touching people, because he had the power to cure people from AIDS, because he had the power to cure them.”
Seabra, 21, killed his 65-year-old lover — a noted Portuguese society journalist and gay activist — in a sudden psychotic onset, said the lawyer.
“He willingly told police. He wanted to explain why he killed Mr. Castro, because he thought what he had done was right.”
Listen, if this fool had walked up on us with balls on his wrist trying to touch us, there would have been some consequences and repercussions. He’d have to harness a foot out his azz!
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