Man Invents a Device That Sends Him To the Hospital When Things Go Wrong

 Man Invents a Device That Sends Him To the Hospital When Things Go Wrong

A man ended up in the hospital undergoing a delicate operation after his invention didn’t work the way he planned.  You may have seen those rubber rings men wear on their penises.  This guy decided if rubber was good, metal would be great.

He put two metal rings on and started pleasuring himself, when it started swelling and the rings would not let the blood drain out.  He was forced to go to the hospital and have it cut off.  It could have been worse.  They could have used a blow torch.

 The 33-year-old man – who would only give his first name of ‘Wirat’ – had been pleasuring himself at home when he slipped two small metal rings onto his manhood.

But they became stuck and his penis began to swell – leaving Wirat in pain as the circulation was cut-off to parts of his organ.

He went to Pattaya City Hospital in Thailand on Saturday and pleaded with medics to remove the make-shift sex toy which he said he had been ‘experimenting’ with.

Eye-watering pictures show the man laid out on a hospital bed as a nurse holds a lamp and two doctors and rescue worker Luang Watcharapong battle to cut away the rings.

As the man wailed in pain, the doctors used a metal sheet to protect his penis and the rings were eventually removed at around 1.30pm.
Luang Watcharapong from the Sawang Boribun Fire Rescue Center who attended the incident at the hospital said the man was in ‘less pain’ after the rings were removed.
Luang, 40, said: ‘We had to be careful not to hurt his penis because the rings were stuck very tightly.

‘We don’t know how long he had the ring on his penis before he went to hospital.

‘The doctors tried first then we arrived at 1pm and it took us around 30 minutes to remove it. We used small cutters.’

‘The man said thank you and he left. He felt much better. He would not give details of exactly what happened.

H/T The Mail Online

 

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Steven Ahle

I have been the editor and writer for Red Statements and The PC Graveyard. Won the 2014 FJN Journalist of the Year Award. Author of six fiction books available on Amazon.com "I am a troll bridge. You can cross me but you will pay the price"

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