In a NSFW video interview, the athlete describes how he suffered three different sexcapade injuries. Plus, we'll tell you how a penis "breaks."
Retired professional basketball player Dennis Rodman is known for his off-court eccentricities almost as much as his achievements in the game 1. Now he's come clean to Viceland about how some of those antics resulted in him breaking his penis — and not just once, but three times 1.
If you are experiencing serious medical symptoms, seek emergency treatment immediately.
In a NSFW partially animated interview, Rodman describes how he suffered three different sexcapade injuries: the first involving a flying leap, the second arising from a forceful thrust and the third resulting from another enthusiastic encounter.
If you want the gory details, the NBA Hall of Famer best explains the circumstances in very colorful language — consider yourself warned, this is NSFW — in the video from the Viceland show "Party Legends."
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A word of warning to famous athletes engaging in aggressive sex-play: Rodman, who led the Detroit Pistons and later the Chicago Bulls to multiple championships, also relays that a hospital staff member tried to blackmail him with a photo of his broken penis, threatening to sell the image to tabloids.
The lesson: Get treated ASAP, but maybe leave no photo evidence behind.
What Is a Fractured Penis?
"Reported long-term complaints after penile fracture repair include: penile deviation, painful intercourse, painful erection, erectile dysfunction, priapism, skin necrosis, arteriovenous fistula, urethrocavernous fistula, and urethral stricture," the Urology article authors concluded.include:
- "Reported long-term complaints after penile fracture repair include: penile deviation
- painful intercourse
- painful erection
- erectile dysfunction
- skin necrosis
- arteriovenous fistula
- urethrocavernous fistula,
- urethral stricture," the Urology article authors concluded
What Do YOU Think?
Ever had your own "party" injury? Did you require surgery? Share your tale of misadventure in the comments! (Keep it clean please or your comment may not make it past the monitors.)