Tradie accused of cutting off man's testicle remains behind bars
Fresh twist in the case of electrician who stands accused of surgically removing a man's testicle as part of a bizarre castration fetish fantasyBrisbane man Ryan Andrew King is accused cutting off ano
Fresh twist in the case of electrician who stands accused of surgically removing a man's testicle as part of a bizarre castration fetish fantasy
- Brisbane man Ryan Andrew King is accused cutting off another man's testicle
- It's alleged he met up with another man to perform castration fetish fantasy
- Court heard on Monday the case is expected to be transferred to higher court
The case of a Brisbane tradesman who allegedly surgically removed another man's testicle will be transferred to a higher court.
Former private schoolboy Ryan Andrew King, 27, is accused cutting off another man's testicle after they met online and arranged to meet up in person at a backpacker's hostel to perform a bizarre castration fetish fantasy.
King's case was briefly mentioned in the Brisbane Magistrates Court on Monday.
The court heard the case will progress as a registry committal to Brisbane District Court once prosecutors provide outstanding brief material, the Courier Mail reported.
Ryan Andrew King, 27 (pictured) remains behind bars after he allegedly cut off another man's testicle to fulfill bizarre castration fetish fantasy
Police will allege King met up with another man, 26, who travelled from Sydney at an inner-city Brisbane backpackers' hostel on July 25.
King allegedly researched the surgery online and brought medical equipment and anaesthetic with him before removing one of the man's testicles at his request.
It's alleged the wound could not be stitched up enough to stop the bleeding and an ambulance was called.
The other man was rushed to hospital and required surgery.
King has been behind bars since his arrest in July, where he was charged with two counts of acts intending to maim, disfigure or disable.
It's understood the charges relates to 'castration fetish', where men become aroused at the idea of having their penis or testicles cut off.
The case against Brisbane tradie Ryan Andrew King, 27, will transferred to a higher court
The court previously heard in July that King was diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome as a child and receives medication for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
He was born with Klinefelter syndrome, which results in men carrying an extra female chromosome, his lawyer told the court.
His lawyer also previously told the court his client had been bullied while attending private school Anglican Church Grammar.
The case will return to court next month on November 9, where King isn't required to appear.
Police will allege Ryan Andrew King (pictured) met another man online and arranged to meet up with him in person at a backpacker's hostel to perform a bizarre castration fetish fantasy