A Brisbane trader accused of separating the testicles of two men with their consent will be released from prison after pleading guilty.
West End man Ryan Andrew King was arrested last year after police placed a testicle in his freezer following his arrest in July.
King, 28, pleaded guilty in Brisbane District Court on Friday to two counts of malicious act with intent to cause grievous bodily harm.
The court was told that two different men arranged meeting King on separate dates in September 2019 and July 2020.
On both occasions, King partially removed their genitals with their consent.
Police were alerted to the second incident at a hostel in Brisbane backpackers after the man, 26, got complications from the operation.
King had no formal surgical qualifications when he performed the surgeries.
Judge Richard Jones sentenced him to three and a half years in prison, completely suspended.
With time already preached, he ordered that King be released immediately.
A three-year probationary period was also introduced.