Mohammed Abad from Edinburgh, Scotland, has had a rough life thus far.
The 43-year-old man lost the use of his genitals in a tragic accident when he was six years old, and has gone through life without a penis. Now, after a three-year process and several operations at University College in London, he is the recipient of the world's first bionic penis. An 8-inch, button-controlled bionic penis. Needless to say, he is pumped—and so is modern science, as this is a breakthrough procedure.
The schlong, grown from skin grafted from Abad's arm, has two tubes along its length that inflate when he presses a button on his testicle. And any action he gets out of it won't just be for recreation--Mo was left with one functional testicle, so he will possibly be able to have children.