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Florida Woman Bites Boyfriend's Penis For Not Having Sex With Her

A Bradenton woman wanted to get it on with her boyfriend, so she started touching him. However, the boyfriend wasn't feeling up to it for some reason and kept turning down her advances as the two lay in bed.

So the woman had a reasonable enough response to his rejections.

She bit him.

On the dick.

According to a Manatee County Sheriff's Office arrest affidavit, Krystle M. Harrison, 19, allegedly bit her boyfriend's penis after he turned her down for sex several times on Wednesday night.

After Harrison chomped down on the man's dong, he was able to push her away and ran outside -- which is what one would typically do after having their Johnson bitten.

Harrison followed him outside and continued to argue. She then allegedly scratched his chest as the two continued their fight, the report says.

Harrison was arrested by police

However, the boyfriend (whose name has not been released), would not complete a sworn affidavit and refused to press charges on his special lady friend.

Bite his dick and scratch his back, and he still loves you? There's a keeper if there ever was one, ladies.

This story had a romantic twist in the end, when you think about it.

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