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Chinese doctors removed a one-meter-long cable from a man’s penis after it was inserted to relieve itchiness caused by prostatitis.

The unnamed pensioner inserted the meter-long phone charging cable to relieve the itch, but it became tangled in the bladder on the way out. According to a report by Chinese site Kanka News via Daily Mirror, a knot started to cause bleeding when the man tried to pull the cable out. He was rushed to the hospital on March 30 for medical attention.

Prostatitis causes an inflammation of the prostate gland. This leads to the development of an itch in the urethra or the passageway where urine exits the body. The itch would disappear over time once the inflammation has been treated.

Urologist Dr. Gao Zhanfeng at the Dalian Hospital in northeast China found the knot in the bladder after a scan.

Dr. Gao removed the five millimeter wide cable by cutting it up in sections using a laser. Fortunately, the man did not use anything metallic, the doctor said, otherwise it would have punctured the man’s bladder.

When the man was asked whether he sterilized the cable, he said it was roughly washed under running water. Nevertheless, he claims the experience bore a lesson well-learned. Alfred Bayle/JB

http://lifestyle.inquirer.net/291056/man-hospitalized-after-inserting-3-foot-long-cable-into-penis-to-relieve-itchiness/
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>>244808
>he claims the experience bore a lesson well-learned
learn from your mistakes, i always say
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>>244819
Or he found his new fetish
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>>244808
interesting
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>>244808
What a fucking idiot, a couple of centuries ago that would have meant death
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>>244808
>phone charging cable
>not use anything metallic

Chinese quality electronics.
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>>244840
Yeah, natural selection isn't what it use to be.
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>>244840
Yeah, centuries ago people knew not to do that with their phone chargers!
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>>244857
fucking lol'd

10/10 if troll
7/10 if pasta

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