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And their son still can’t pee correctly.
The child had turned towards his father when the surgeon sliced through his penis which then fell to the floor of the operating room in Geneva, Switzerland.
The Swiss doctor who carried out the procedure in July 2014 was accused of causing serious bodily harm through negligence.
But the 59-year-old has since been cleared after a trial in Geneva after defence lawyers ruled the doctor could not be responsible for the ‘unforeseeable act’ of the boy turning to pose for photos.
The incident happened in July 2014, when Algerian refugees in Geneva, who have not been publicly named, brought their son to the surgery to be circumcised.
In many religions, a circumcision ceremony is celebrated, which was the case with the young boy and his family, who are believed to be Muslim.
As the doctor was making his incision, the boy’s father raised his hand to take a photo. His son turned toward him, moving his pelvis and causing the surgeon to slice off his penis, which fell to the floor.
The boy’s penis was finally re-attached, and three years after the procedure, is continuing to recover, it has been reported.
In the months after the surgery, the boy couldn’t urinate normally, with the spray splitting ‘into two or three’ streams, his mother said, according to Le Matin.
She said that his penis shape is ‘satisfactory’ but ‘a bit dented’, adding that he’s suffered loss of ‘substance’ in the glands.
The boy has to wait until he’s 18, however, to see if any further procedures on his reattached penis will be necessary.