Male, 62, left with a saxophone-shaped penis & # 39; after he had the SNAPPING in motel sex in Taiwan

Man, 62, has a penis in the shape of a saxophone the size of an eggplant, after he has CUT it in two places while having sex at the motel in Taiwan

  • The 62-year-old, only named as Liao, was taken to the hospital with his bed partner
  • Wife was at the top during the motel session when there was a loud bang & # 39; used to be
  • Doctor said: It had the shape of a saxophone and had the size of an eggplant & # 39;
  • He said in his experience that the injury only occurred in & # 39; woman-on-top & # 39; sexual intercourse

Ross Ibbetson for Mailonline

A retiree who broke his penis in two places while having sex in a motel was admitted to the hospital with his masculinity that resembled a & # 39; aubergine-sized & # 39; saxophone.

The 62-year-old Liao, from Taichung in Taiwan, reportedly heard a loud bang when his member split into three segments.

His beloved Liao rushed to the Feng-Yuan Hospital, the Ministry of Health and Welfare.

Doctor Kuo Chia-cheng, a urologist, said: "He was in the form of a saxophone and had the dimensions of an eggplant. & # 39;

Doctor Kuo Chia-cheng shows how the patient's penis broke in two places, in the form of a saxophone and the size of an aubergine & # 39;

Doctor Kuo Chia-cheng shows how the patient's penis broke in two places, in the form of a saxophone and the size of an aubergine & # 39;

Dr. Chia-cheng shows how the penis was deformed into three segments using a balloon

Dr. Chia-cheng shows how the penis was deformed into three segments using a balloon

Dr. Chia-cheng shows how the penis was deformed into three segments using a balloon

He added: "When he was admitted, his penis was already bruised and swollen by the double fracture. & # 39;

The injury is caused by the tearing of the enveloping membrane of the penis tunica albuginea.

The medic and his team repaired his membrane to allow him to regain his erectile function, Liao said she recovered well after surgery.

Doctor Kuo said that the pensioner would not experience long-term effects of his unfortunate injury.

He noted: & # 39; In my experience, the sooner a patient is operated, the less likely he will be affected by erectile dysfunction in the future. & # 39;

He added: "Some post-operative effects include erratic erections or a deformed penis, but the probability that this happens is fairly low – about 3 to 5 percent. & # 39;

Doctor Kuo also revealed: & # 39; All patients with a penile fracture I have met have sustained their injury during sexual intercourse. & # 39;

The medic said that men with a suspected fracture should keep an ice pack on their penis before they immediately seek medical attention.

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