Man with World’s First Bionic Penis Loses Virginity at 44

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London, England - Talk about coming of age, a 44-year-old man from Scotland has lost his virginity by using his bionic penis.

It's  true according to doctors in the UK, Mohammed Abad received the first bionic penis- a device costing more than $100,000.

Abad originally lost his penis and a testicle in a horrific auto accident when he was just six-years-old.

The traumatic injury left him physically and mentally tortured for decades.

But then doctors had an idea, and in 2012, surgeons began crafting a technological first.

The world's first bionic penis was constructed with skin from the man's arm and two tubes which automatically inflate when a button is pushed on the man's testicle.

It took the surgeons three years to carefully mold the new device into a perfect fit.

However, when Abad first tried to test his new bionic organ there was a major malfunction when a tube failed to inflate.

But a day later, after a few tweaks a bionic success was declared.

Now, the new bionic lover says he can't wait to press that button again!


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