Man nearly bites off attacker’s manhood during fight over box trailer


Daniel Arthur Hatton 
By: Wayne Morin

A man was arrested on a charge of assault after being accused of nearly biting off his attacker's manhood during a fight over a box trailer, according to police in Australia.

Now, 53-year-old Daniel Arthur Hatton of Narara, has been ordered to pay a fine of $900 after being convicted of assault occasioning actual bodily harm.

However, Hatton still claims he is innocent as he just tried to stop Peter Peterson from punching him in the head.

According to the police investigation, Hatton went to Peterson’s home, following a dispute Peterson had with Hatton’s son over a stolen box trailer.

When Hatton approached the door of Peterson's home, Peterson rushed out along with two other men and a woman.

Peterson then punched Hatton, and the two ended up on the floor wrestling each other. Peterson sat on top of Hatton, and punched his head.

In order to stop the attack, Hatton bit Peterson's manhood. He kept biting until Peterson fell off him.