Florida man, 51, cut off wife's lover’s penis with scissors after holding him at gunpoint and tying him to bed

A FLORIDA man chopped off his wife's lover's penis with a pair of scissors after holding him at gunpoint and tying him to a bed.

Alex Bonilla, 51, has been jailed for 20 years for the bloody attack at his neighbor's house in Bell, according to reports.

The grisly incident happened two months after Bonilla discovered his neighbor was having an affair with his wife, according to local news station WKMG.

Bonilla stormed into the man's home on July 14, 2019 and threatened him with a handgun and a metal pipe, cops said.

The Gilchrist County Sheriff’s Office said Bonilla forced the man into a bedroom and tied him up.

The jealous husband then "forcefully cut off the victim's penis with a pair of scissors".

Bonilla then fled across the street to his own home with the severed appendage.

He previously claimed that he had "blacked out" during the savage ambush, Daily Star reports.

Bonilla reportedly told a probation officer that he went to the victim's house and told him: "You need to stay away from my wife and leave her alone."

He claimed he then "blacked out and didn't remember anything" until his arrest later that day.

The victim's penis was never recovered and "urinating and the ability to have sex with his wife has been messed up for the rest of his life".

He said that doctors have told him he "will never have any sensation in his penis again".

Bonilla emigrated from El Salvador in 1990 and lived with his 35-year-old second wife and the couple’s three young children, according to reports.

He entered a plea of no contest last month on charges of kidnapping to inflict bodily harm, burglary while armed, aggravated battery with a deadly weapon and aggravated assault with a firearm.

He was also sentenced to 10 years of probation and ordered to pay more than $251,000 for the assault.

According to local reports, court records show several friends and relatives of Bonilla wrote to a county judge to ask for leniency before sentencing.

His son reportedly said he wanted his dad to return home to contribute to the household financially and help his little sister learn to read.

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