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brazil\'s bolsonaro shocked by high number of penis amputations
Right President Jair Bolsonaro expressed fear on Thursday about what he described as the 1,000 cases of penis amputations that occur in the country each year due to lack of basic hygiene, which he called \"absurd and sad \".
After visiting the Ministry of Education, told reporters in Brasilia that the former army captain was desperate for a large number of amputees and said his government had to work with vulnerable groups, make them more aware of the dangers of unhealthy behavior.
\"In Brazil, we have 1,000 cases of penis amputations each year due to lack of water and soap,\" he said . \".
\"We have to find a way out of the bottom of this hole.
\"Bolsonaro does not have a source for the specified number.
On 2017, the Brazilian Society of Urology gave this figure in an article in a local news magazine.
The Brazilian Urology Association did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
In the video of Bolsonaro\'s speech, it is clear that the amputation has caused him great pain.
Bolsonaro\'s supporters celebrated him as a man, but he also provoked anger over years of racist and homophobic comments.
He once told a woman member that she was too ugly to rape her. He said that after the four sons sat down, the birth of his daughter was a \"weak moment
\"This is not the first time he has been involved in sensitive topics.
On Twitter, he posted a video showing a man urinating on another man at Brazil\'s annual street carnival, making global headlines.
\"What is the golden shower?
Bolsonaro tweeted the day after the video was released, in which a party with almost no clothes --
Goer twisted his body on the bus shelter, played in the back, and then bent over before another person urinated on his head.
Critics say Bolsonaro often
Inflammatory tweets show that he is more focused on angering his progressive critics than reaching a consensus in Congress on the necessary reforms, such as reforming the national budget --
Undermining the pension system(
Gabriel Stargardter reports;
Edited by Leslie Adler)