Couple that broke up after the man bit his girlfriend when she bit him during oral sex is back together

A couple who broke up after the man beat his girlfriend when she bit him during oral sex is back together and strong after the battle

  • The man was charged with assaulting a woman after biting his penis during oral sex
  • The couple split up after the human being was charged with physical injury
  • The charge was rejected on Tuesday at the Southport Magistrates Court
  • The couple is back together, reportedly going strong and together they went back inside

A couple who broke up after the man beat his girlfriend when she bit him during oral sex is back after a brief lawsuit.

The abuses against the Gold Coast man were left on Tuesday and the couple and now plan a future together.

The unnamed man and woman were showering last December when the woman bit her partner's penis during oral sex, the Gold Coast Bulletin reported.

The couple was showering together in their home last December when the woman bit her partner's penis during oral sex (stock image)

The couple was showering together in their home last December when the woman bit her partner's penis during oral sex (stock image)

The bite was strong enough to break through the skin of his genitals.

In retaliation for the bite, the man allegedly hit his partner on the head.

He was accused of mistreatment causing physical injury and the couple broke up.

But the charge was rejected by the police in the Southport Magistrates Court on Tuesday.

No evidence was provided and the police did not say why the charge was withdrawn.

Michael Gatenby, the man's lawyer, said the suspect was relieved that the charges had been withdrawn.

& # 39; They are back together and hopefully going back together again, & # 39; he said.

The woman was not accused of the incident and the man did not ask the police to pay court fees.

The charge was rejected by the police in the Southport Magistrates Court on Tuesday

The charge was rejected by the police in the Southport Magistrates Court on Tuesday

The charge was rejected by the police in the Southport Magistrates Court on Tuesday

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