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Sunday, 3 November 2013

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DANBURY, Conn. (AP) - Police say a Danbury woman and a surgeon were charged after her 39 year old husband was punished with an electric shock device implanted in his penis intended to end a long-time affair.

Forty-three-year-old Yolanda Montanez is held on $250,000 bond on charges including third-degree assault, risk of injury to a to her husband and cruelty conspiracy to commit third-degree assault and conspiracy to commit cruelty against her husband Raul. Physician Dr. Randal Promaigain, and Hartford General Hospital are being sued for $25 million by Youlanda Montganez's husband.

WHYP-TV reports police said Mrs. Montanez allegedly paid Dr. Promaigain and a surgical nurse $10,000 each from the couple's savings, to implant the devise into her husband's penis so the device would shock him with a 50v discharge when sensing salty vaginal moisture, "sending him into violent convulsions." Hospital spokesman Dan Freid told AP that it knew nothing about the outpatient procedure or that Dr. Promaigain used a hospital surgical facility to preform the operation. Police said that Mrs. Montanez said that she "as upset " because of her husband's refusal to admit he was having the affair and that he was refusing to have sex with her.

An X ray image showed that two AAA size batteries and a small electric capacitor were clearly visible in his permanently erect penis. "You can't make up this kind of thing" said Spokesman Freid, trying desperately to hold hold back a laugh. Freid added that Mr. Montanez scheduled the surgical procedure believing it was to insert a penile implant for treatment of erectile dysfunction (ED).

Yolanda Montanez was arrested Tuesday after her husband was taken to the hospital ER, and an investigation triggered when ER physicians noticed a tiny puff of steam venting from his penis apparently because the device failed to turn off. Mr. Montanez is scheduled to appear Wednesday in Danbury Superior Court. It's not immediately known who's representing her.

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