In America, a 39-year-old man cut his penis and threw it out of the car in the name of saving the world. A police team was also chasing this person’s car at the time of this incident. After being caught, the man told that he heard a voice on the radio that by doing this he would save the world. Police said that the arrested accused has been identified as 39-year-old Tyson Gilbert. This man is a resident of Putnam County, located in Cookville, Tennessee.
The car was driving naked, covered in blood
While patrolling a Tennessee highway, a police team saw 39-year-old Tyson Gilbert driving naked. On coming near the car, the policemen saw blood on his body. After which the police of two counties of Tennessee started chasing his car on the highway. He was then apprehended by employees of the Alexandria Police Department just before crossing the state border.
The accused is admitted to the hospital due to excessive bleeding
Police said the accused was taken into custody, but was admitted to Vanderbilt University Medical Center in view of his deteriorating condition. However, it is not yet known whether the police have found his amputated limb or not. The hospital has described the condition of the accused as critical due to excessive bleeding.
The accused has already been arrested
Tyson Gilbert was charged by Nashville Airport Police in 2020 with four counts of car theft and resisting arrest. The hearing of this case is still on. Gilbert could face several years in prison if convicted of the old case.
Police told eyes
Tennessee Police said that the accused was first seen by Highway Patrolman Bobby Johnson. His Honda Accord car was parked right on the side of the highway in Dowelltown. When Bobby Johnson reached near the car, the accused left Gilbert Highway and got down. Johnson told that when I signaled to stop him by turning on the light, he refused to do so by turning off the light of his car.
Police caught the accused by tearing the tire
After going some distance, he stopped and opened the car door. When the police team reached him, he again started running the car. The Alexandria Police Department’s cars then began a chase, but Gibert drove them from Dowelltown to Wilson County and then to Watertown. Meanwhile, the police stationed ahead managed to put spikes on the road, causing Gilbert’s tires to burst, but he did not stop the car. After walking a short distance, her car came to the rim and it stopped on its own.