“Gentlemen, we can rebuild him. We have the technology. We have the capability to build the world’s first bionic man. Steve Austin will be that man. Better than he was before. Better, stronger, faster.”
~ Oscar Goldman
A bionic penis. When will scientific miracles cease to exist?
At age six, Mohammed Abad lost both his penis and left testicle, when he was tragically run over by a car. Mohammed had been pushed out into the street, fell under a car and was dragged for 600 yards. Now, 37 years later, he now has use of his penis again.
Mohammed now has an eight-inch penis implant, after three years of surgeries. The University College London conducted 119 operations on Mohammed, that culminated in a final 11-hour procedure. The eight-inch bionic penis is constructed of two tubes that fill using the liquid from Mohammed’s stomach, to give him an erection. He has a button in his testicles, to pump the liquid into the tubes, and another that drains the liquid. Skin and fat grafts were used from his forearm, to create the new penis.
Mohammed told reporters that he had an erection for two weeks, after surgery, which was necessary for the healing process. He also reported that now with his bionic penis he’s able to urinate standing up for the first time. And should be able to also ejaculate.
Despite having been married, he had kept his injury secret from his wife, until their wedding night. Sadly, she left him, tiring of waiting for him to find some sort of solution, so they could have sex and children. Now, with his new bionic penis, Mohammed hopes he’ll finally lose his virginity.
Isn’t modern science amazing!