Penis abuse: Man inserts fork in his urethra
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Penis abuse: Man inserts fork in his urethra

Canberra : Australia | Aug 22, 2013 at 9:24 PM PDT
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A man from Australia was taken to the hospital after he stuck a fork in his urethra. The man was admitted to the hospital with “bleeding urethral meatus.” According to a recent report by the Huffington Post, the fork was four inches long.

The fork was removed from the 70-year-old man's penis at the hospital. Doctors used forceps and lots of lubrication to remove the fork.

The photo of the x-ray shows that the fork had been inserted into the penis “handle first.” The graphic photos of the fork in the man's penis can be seen at the Huffington Post. That photo may be too graphic for many.

“That man had to have some sort of mental disorder,” Lee Wilson, from Oklahoma City, said. “No one in their right mind does something like that. You would have to be crazy to do that.”

The Australian man put the fork in his penis to “achieve sexual gratification.” As strange as this may sound, a fork is possibly not the only object men have insert into their penises for sexual reasons. It has been reported that other men have placed straws, marbles, cocaine and even snakes in their penises.

In June of last year, Mao Sugiyama cooked his own penis, testicles and scrotum. He had kept them frozen after he had undergone a sex change operation the previous March. Sugiyama sold his cooked genitalia to a group of people.

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EmmaRileySutton is based in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States of America, and is a Reporter for Allvoices.
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