- A man has been hospitalised after taking a sexual stimulant ''used for breeding bulls''
- The man reportedly took the sexual stimulant to have sex with a 30-year-old woman
- Reports say the sexual stimulant left him with a three-day erection
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A man who excitedly set out to have sexual intercourse with a 30-year-old woman had to be rushed to hospital after taking a sexual stimulant ''used for breeding bull''.
The sexual stimulant left him with a three-day erection.
According to the Mirror, the Mexico-based man, whose name and age are unknown, is believed to have taken the stimulant as he excitedly planned to have sex with a 30-year-old woman.
Reports confirm he ended up needing surgery to address the 3-day erection at Specialist Hospital 270 which is in Reynosa, a city on the US-Mexico border.
Doctors say he had taken the sexual stimulant which he had bought in Veracruz, used by farmers in that region to breed bulls for insemination.
He underwent surgery but there have been no updates on his condition.
In October 2019, a dad from East London had an operation to remove part of his penis to stop his constant, painful erections that lasted three days.
James Mudd, 38, said his embarrassing problem began after a motorbike accident just before Christmas of 2015.
He had corrective surgery and screws put in his neck and also suffered post-traumatic stress disorder after the crash, so was given anti-depressants.
Doctors believe these meds caused James his penal problems.
''I cannot explain the pain of it, it was like it was going to explode,'' he said.
The father-of-four says the op has left him with a welcome side-effect, claiming he can now romp all night without a break, calling it ''absolutely brilliant''.
In other stories, YEN.com.gh reported Ibrahim Aku, an account of the Church of Brethren in Nigeria has been give an 18-year sentence after he pleaded guilty to charges of forgery and obtaining money by false pretense.
YEN.com.gh gathers that Aku defrauded the church of N15.5 million which included monies he stole from offerings, donations and tithes between 2016 and 2018.
Reports confirm the convict was investigated and prosecuted following a petition by the church alleging that Aku defrauded the church of N15.5 million.
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