Home Man Has Metre Long Cable Removed From His Penis A man who had an itch that just had to be scratched has had to visit hospital to have a one metre cable removed from his - PENIS. Yes it's true. A Chinese doctor had the unusual task of withdrawing the cable from a gent's manhood, after itchiness drove him wild. To ease the annoyance, he used a computer cable to scratch the inside of his pee pee tube in a bid to obtain relief from his torment, which was caused by prostatitis. Prostatitis is the swelling of the prostate gland, which lies between the penis and the bladder and can result in pain and irritation and of course the urge to scratch it. In desperation, the unnamed pensioner used a phone cable, pushing it inside his water pistol as he desperately sought relief. But according to reports, the cable got stuck in his bladder, leaving him in a rather embarrassing situation, with the cable dangling from his bell end. But things got worse when blood began to appear from his knob as he became extremely stressed and tried to "yank" it out of his baby maker. As a result, he had to be taken to hospital to have the offending cable removed from his urethra safely. We are pleased to say that no long term damaged was caused by the poor chap's actions and that his "tool" is now functioning normally once more. Not only that but his itch has been treated too.

A man who had an itch that just had to be scratched has had to visit hospital to have a one metre cable removed from his – PENIS. Yes it’s true. A Chinese doctor had the unusual task of withdrawing the cable from a gent’s manhood, after itchiness drove him wild. To ease the annoyance, he used a computer cable to scratch the inside of his pee pee tube in a bid to obtain relief from his torment, which was caused by prostatitis. Prostatitis is the swelling of the prostate gland, which lies between the penis and the bladder and can result in pain and irritation and of course the urge to scratch it. In desperation, the unnamed pensioner used a phone cable, pushing it inside his water pistol as he desperately sought relief. But according to reports, the cable got stuck in his bladder, leaving him in a rather embarrassing situation, with the cable dangling from his bell end. But things got worse when blood began to appear from his knob as he became extremely stressed and tried to “yank” it out of his baby maker. As a result, he had to be taken to hospital to have the offending cable removed from his urethra safely. We are pleased to say that no long term damaged was caused by the poor chap’s actions and that his “tool” is now functioning normally once more. Not only that but his itch has been treated too.

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A man who had an itch that just had to be scratched has had to visit hospital to have a one metre cable removed from his – PENIS.
Yes it’s true. A Chinese doctor had the unusual task of withdrawing the cable from a gent’s manhood, after itchiness drove him wild. To ease the annoyance, he used a computer cable to scratch the inside of his pee pee tube in a bid to obtain relief from his torment, which was caused by prostatitis.

Prostatitis is the swelling of the prostate gland, which lies between the penis and the bladder and can result in pain and irritation and of course the urge to scratch it.

In desperation, the unnamed pensioner used a phone cable, pushing it inside his water pistol as he desperately sought relief. But according to reports, the cable got stuck in his bladder, leaving him in a rather embarrassing situation, with the cable dangling from his bell end.

But things got worse when blood began to appear from his knob as he became extremely stressed and tried to “yank” it out of his baby maker.

As a result, he had to be taken to hospital to have the offending cable removed from his urethra safely.

We are pleased to say that no long term damaged was caused by the poor chap’s actions and that his “tool” is now functioning normally once more. Not only that but his itch has been treated too.

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Man Has Metre Long Cable Removed From His Penis
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