Woman accused of having bitten little finger off of a woman in the mosque

The Oslo District CourtThe Oslo District Court.Photo: Lise Åserud / NTB scanpix

A 52-year-old woman from Asker has been charged with serious bodily injury after biting off the little finger of a woman at the Tawfiiq Islamic Center mosque in Oslo in February.

According to the indictment, the woman bit off the upper part of the pinky finger above the first knuckle. The victim was put on sick leave for 17 days after the incident, writes VG.

The victim – a woman in her 30s – was taken to the emergency room while the female perpetrator was arrested and placed in custody after the incident.

The police dispatched to the scene had to look for the piece of bitten finger, which was eventually found and sent to the hospital.

According to the indictment, the bodily injury is considered serious because it is particularly emphasized that it “has resulted in incurable injury or incapacity of some duration”.

The case will be brought before the Oslo District Court on September 8.

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