Weird News


June 28, 2017

A man had to get a penis ring cut off his genitalia after a sexual experiment went wrong.

The 33-year-old male named Wirat had been pleasuring himself at home in Thailand when the accident happened.

The Metro Online has reported that during an experimental masturbating session, two of the metal rings the randy man was using got stuck, and caused his manhood to become swollen.

Wirat was urgently rushed to hospital where he had to undergo a medical operation to remove the pieces.

However, the medical staff were unable to prise the rings free and firefighters were called to help, which saw them take pliers to the area to relieve the male.

Men are being urged to have sex several times a week to reduce the risk of cardiac problems.

Research in the Journal of Sexual Medicine has discovered that if a man enjoys a regular intimate session it slashes the levels of homocysteine, which is a harmful chemical that can trigger life-threatening heart problems, the Mirror Online has reported.

However, scientists claim women do not benefit as much from getting hot under the bed sheets as sexual arousal is believed to be less dependent on having a healthy blood flow in a female.

Research has found fish and chips is the one meal people would crave if they were stranded on a desert island.

In a survey conducted by Just Eat ahead of their launch for Just Eat Food Fest: Desert Island Dishes 2017, national voters ranked the battered fish feast as the top treat they would want to tuck into if they were stranded on an uninhabited area of land, as the British meal gained 25 per cent of the vote.

And those who took part in the study also ranked a traditional Sunday roast and a Chinese sweet and sour meal as their favourite dishes, which took second and third place.

However, an Indian Madras was pitted as the least favourite choice of food for stranded people.

Voters also claimed their top choice for company would be their pets or British adventurer Bear Grylls, as he would pass on his survival skills to help them make it off the island alive.