An emergency call for assistance to help a man with a metal ring around his sexual organ was received by the radio centre of the rescue unit of Sawangprateepthammasathan Sriracha, Chonburi province in Thailand earlier this week.
The doctor and nurse of the emergency room at Aow Udom hospital in Amphur Sriracha were asked to assist the male patient, who had the ring of a motorbike encasing his sexual organ that could not be taken off. Rescue officers found that the man’s sexual organ was swollen, so the officers used a small saw to cut the ring off, which took more than an hour.
The man, aged about 40, did not reveal his name and surname. He said after finishing work at his construction job, he always wore the ring of the motorbike to measure the size of his sexual organ. But that day his sexual organ got erect to a bigger size than usual, so he could not take off the ring, and he felt so shy so he didn’t go to see the doctor.
So he left the ring on overnight until his sexual organ was swollen and bleeding, and he felt the hurt so much, so he decided to ask his relatives to take him to the hospital. The man would like to warn other people not to do this because it was so dangerous. He said it was very frightening to see the doctors, nurses and rescue officer bringing the cutting equipment into the emergency room.