In a very bizarre turn of events, a teenager managed to get a USB cable stuck inside his genitals while trying to measure it. While we are trying to figure out how that is possible, here’s what the official version says. A UK teen had to undergo emergency surgery after he tried to measure his manhood by lodging a USB cable in his urethra according to the medical journal Urology Case Reports.
The experiment backfired when the cable got stuck inside the urethra even though the teen made numerous attempts to extract it. The USB cable became tangled inside so terribly that both ends of the cable were left hanging out of his man parts.
He was then transported to the emergency room by his family after he began urinating blood. Initial attempts to remove the cable failed after which the teen was transferred to University College Hospital London. As per reports, the boy asked to speak to doctors without his mother being present and thereupon confessed details about his “sexperiment.”
Following his confession to the doctors, X-Rays revealed that there was a veritable Gordian Knot of USB wire inside the teenager’s urethra. Surgeons were required to make an incision in the region between his genitals and anus to get it out. The boy has now recovered without incident and was discharged from the hospital the next day. He did have to undergo follow-up scans two weeks later and will also require monitoring in the future.
While we can’t deduce as to why the teenager would do such an experiment, experts say in the report that these types of incidents often happen because of "sexual curiosity, sexual practice after intoxication, and mental disorders such as borderline, schizoaffective and bipolar personality disorders.” The study further noted that "the patient was an otherwise fit and healthy adolescent with no history of mental health disorders.”
While this might be an embarrassing incident, London andrologist Amr Raheem told the Daily Mail that phallus-filling maneuvers are "becoming more common as everything is thanks to social media and in general the easier ways that misinformation can be spread.”
Source: Daily Mail