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Florida Man Has Penis Bitten by Escort

An Orlando-area man looking for a date met an alleged prostitute on backpage.com Tuesday night.

The man then did the classy thing and took the prostitute to Applebee's for dinner before heading off to the Crestwood Suites Hotel.

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But apparently the two for $20 wasn't enough, because when the two got back to the prostitute's hotel room, she bit the man's dick and balls.

According to the Orange County Sheriff's Office, Priscilla Vaughn, 29, was arrested and charged with attempted murder after she allegedly bit her John in the genitals.

Cops were called to the hotel, located on University Boulevard, shortly after 2 a.m. Tuesday.

Evette Mays was among the many hotel guests to hear the agonizing screams coming from the second-floor hotel room, and she immediately called 911.

Cops were told by several callers that they heard screaming and growling.

"I literally thought there was a beast inside this place," Mays told WESH.com.

Cops arrived to the room to find the victim naked on the floor, covered in blood. They also found a naked Vaughn in the room with blood all over her face.

The victim was reportedly going in and out of consciousness and bleeding not only from his genital area but also from his face and head. The man also had bite marks on his hands and stomach.

He was taken to Orlando Regional Medical Center.

The victim eventually told police how he met Vaughn and said the two had been smoking pot and drinking in the hotel room. He also said Vaughn snorted some ecstasy.

According to deputies, Vaughn growled at them when they approached her to make the arrest.

Last we checked, ecstasy makes people euphoric and lack an appetite. As far as we know, it does not cause one to crave eating some penis.

Chances are Vaughn snorted something that wasn't entirely ecstasy. Maybe it was bath salts?

Or maybe she's one of them penis-eating werewolves?

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