Penis rings keep firemen busy, says City Fire and Rescue chief


Firemen working hard to cut off a penis ring in last year's case.

KUALA LUMPUR: Some 80 percent of distress calls made to the City Fire and Rescue Department involving rings over the last three years were to remove rings stuck in the private parts of men.

City Fire and Rescue Department chief operations officer Samsol Maarif Saibani said that almost 80 percent of calls made to the department to remove stuck rings were made by men after their genitals were stuck in metal rings.

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