WHOA Newsletter - September 1, 2008

WHO@ Newsletter

September 1, 2008

I couldn't make this up if I tried. . .I apologize if this offends anyone, but I laughed my butt off when I read just the headline

Malaysian man gets nut stuck around penis: report

A Malaysian welder had to have a nut removed from around his penis after an attempt to lengthen it before he gets engaged next week went embarrassingly wrong, a news report said Sunday.

The nut got stuck on his penis following an erection, the Star newspaper said, forcing him to seek help at a hospital in southern Johor state.

Staff from the Sultanah Aminah hospital had to drain some blood from the penis and cut away a top layer of skin before the object could be removed, the newspaper said.

It said the fire and rescue department were also involved in trying to remove the nut from the unnamed welder, who is in his 20s and hoped the nut would weigh down his penis to make it longer.

"The patient is now recovering and we hope to discharge him today (Sunday)," hospital director Daud Abdul Rahim told the Star.

On August 25, another young man in Kuala Lumpur had tried to increase his sexual prowess by slipping a steel ring around his penis, forcing the fire department to cut off the ring after doctors were unable to remove it, the newspaper said.

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(DISCLAIMER: The following news items were found on the web and were not written or endorsed by WHO@; they are for informational purposes only)

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Warning to college students: Beware e-pervs - 08/28/08
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MySpace threats lead to arrest - 08/27/08
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Fifth suspect arrested over 'Islamic internet plot to kill Gordon Brown' - 08/27/08
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Man arrested for posting Guns N' Roses songs on Web - 08/27/08
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Fury over web film of graffiti at Palace - 08/27/08
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Apple's 'misleading' iPhone advert banned - 08/27/08
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The Seven Deadliest Social Networking Hacks - 08/26/08
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