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It’s a snap! Busted boner puts owner in sick bay

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PHUKET CITY: Vachira Phuket Hospital on Wednesday morning received a transfer patient in a lot of pain from a somewhat embarrassing illness – a broken penis.

Being transferred from Patong Hospital as he was, one might assume that the patient had done the damage in an over-energetic nocturnal romp.

However, the patient – a 28-year-old Phang Nga native who understandably wished for his name not to be published – insisted that the damage was self inflicted during an attempt to subdue a morning erection before going to work on a parasailing boat off Patong Beach.

The patient said that to try and get rid of the erection he had grabbed his penis around the mid-section with both hands and bent it violently. This normally did the trick and he had successfully used the strategy since childhood, but on this occasion he heard a loud crack like that of a breaking twig.

“This time I got a strange feeling like I’d torn a muscle. It hurt very much and started to swell. At first I didn’t tell anyone…but then I couldn’t stand it any longer so I went to the doctor.

“When I got to Patong Hospital, the doctor took me to the x-ray room and gave me medicine to reduce the swelling. He also stuck a tube up my penis so I could pee, but none of this really helped.

The doctor decided to transfer me to Vachira Phuket Hospital for further treatment as my penis was still very swollen – about four times as big as usual. The doctor gave me more anti-inflammatory drugs, but said that if it didn’t get better he woulf have to operate to remove the blood trapped in it,” he said.

The patient was sure his member would still work after it healed because even at the height of the swelling he still suffered from unexpected erections. These were extremely painful, he said.

The patient said that he wanted to emphasize that he didn’t snap his penis to punish his girlfriend, or because she wouldn’t have sex with him. Also, the persistent erection wasn’t because he was over-sexed, as reported by at least one newspaper.

Dr Rewat Wisarutwetch, Director of the Department of Medical Services, said that to break one’s own penis would be no easy matter. Owing to the high concentration of nerve endings, the pain caused by the amount of force needed to break the organ would be too great.

Usually broken penises are caused by rough sex, he added.

The standard treatment is a combination of painkillers, antibiotics and anti-inflammatory drugs – and a catheter for patients who are unable to urinate.

After a broken phallus has healed fully, it is able to function normally again, Dr Rewat said.

Men who suffer from very high sex drives, or have morning erections that refuse to die down, should consult a doctor who can help get the member back under control. This is normally done by prescribing drugs such as Valium.

— Kom Chad Leuk & Gazette Reporters



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Motorbike driver files official complaint after accident from fallen cables in Kata

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A motorbike driver has filed a report with police against a cable company after he became tangled up in their cabling while driving to work in Kata.

26 year old Chakaree Yawaekaree filled the report with Chalong Police against the local cable company.

Mr Chakaree told Police that he was driving to work in Kata on Friday morning. When he arrived at the scene he ran into the cabling that had dropped down, just above the road level. The cables hooked his motorbike and caused him to crash and fall off. He was taken to hospital where he was treated for scrapes, grazes and a badly injured right knee.

Chalong Police say they are continuing their investigation. They say the cables belong to a private company and that this kind of incident happens “very often”.

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Motorbike driver dies after colliding with sedan on Thepkasattri Road, Phuket

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A motorbike driver has died after colliding with a sedan driven by a Russian driver who was allegedly making a “risky” U-turn on Thepkrasattri Road in Koh Kaew yesterday.

The incident happened at 3.30pm yesterday.

Police and other emergency responders arrived to find a white sedan, a motorbike and a pickup truck.

The motorbike driver had sustained serious injuries – 19 year old Weerapat Chamnina – and had already been rushed tp Mission Phuket Hospital where he was later pronounced dead.

Police report that a white sedan, whose driver was a 37 year old Russian man, Maxim Shadrin, was heading along the southbound lane of Thepkasattri Road.

Police speculate that he was trying to make a U-turn but was allegedly out of the lane of traffic making the turn.

The motorbike collided with the rear of the man’s sedan.  The motorbike driver bounced off to the other side of the road (northbound lane).  Then a pickup truck hit the motorbike driver.

Police are continuing their investigation and examining all the CCTV footage.

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54 year old Swede dodges traffic in Thepkasattri Road, Phuket

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PHUKET: Achadtaya Chuenniran

A 54 year old Swedish tourist is now in custody after running around Thepkasattri road yesterday morning dodging cars and causing traffic mayhem. Luckily no cars came in contact with the man police described as ‘mentally ill’.

A video clip from the incident shows the man running in and out of the traffic on Thepkasattri Road in Thalang. The incident happened around 2.30am.

The road had to be closed for 20-30 minutes as police apprehended the man, unhurt. The motive for his dangerous antics have not become apparent at this stage.

The man, who remains named was taken to Thalang Hospital for checking then was transferred to Vachira Hospital in Phuket Town. Police revealed that his visa expired on the same day so they’ve contacted the local Swedish consular officials to check on the man’s family and travel situation.

The Swede is currently being evaluated and treated in the hospital’s psychiatric wing.

SOURCE: Bangkok Post

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