Man endures night of suffer-ring

  • Nation
  • Monday, 20 Mar 2017

Hardwear: The ball bearing metal cut off from the man’s private partat Penang Hospital.

GEORGE TOWN: A man endured what was possibly the most painful night of his life when a ball bearing device got stuck on his penis for more than 12 hours.

The 20-something man is believed to have used the gadget to add pleasure and prolong his erection while having sex with his wife at around 8pm on Saturday.

However, it got stuck around his private parts. Attempts to remove it by applying oil and soapy water failed.

Even doctors could not relieve him of his ordeal, so firefighters came to his rescue instead.

“When we arrived at the hospital, he was in a semi-conscious state,” said Perak Road fire station operations commander Mohd Asrul Naim Abidin.

“We used a drill specially configured by my personnel to remove the device which we believe was for a pool pump.

“It took us only 10 minutes to cut it off. The man, who is in stable condition, was so relieved,” he said when met at the hospital.

He said the fire station received a distress call from the hospital at 10.50am yesterday.

It is learnt that the man’s penis had become swollen and was turning black when he was brought to the Penang Hospital.

The organ is said to be still “functionable” after the ordeal.

Perak Road fire station chief Yamin Tekor said it was rare for them to receive calls to remove rings or other devices from private parts.

He said they would get about three to four calls a year from people seeking help to remove rings stuck on their fingers.

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