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.
In an interview with The Sun, he said, "When you want a bit of action you press the ‘on’ button. When you are finished you press another button. It takes seconds. Doctors have told me to keep practicing." Actually, my doctors have been telling me the same thing...
Congrats, Mr. Abad!
h/t The Sun
Brett Williams is an editorial assistant at Supercompressor. High fives all around for Mo.
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