This one is really out there. A transgender hooker was hired by some guy's wife. The wife hired this hooker for her husband's 60th birthday celebration. Because who doesn't do that?
Unfortunately, the 60 year old guy had a heart attack while having sex with the trans hooker, and the trans hooker's penis got stuck inside him and it broke. You can figure that one out in detail.
She said she called Miguel’s wife, Sylvia, who called the police and the ambulance. Jennifer was left mortified when “all the units in Miami” burst into the room, saying she only just managed to cover up with a sheet.
She said doctors managed to prise the pair apart but added “my penis was fractured.”
She had come on to the show to sue Sylvia for $US20,000 ($26,000).
There's more here. I can't even begin to speculate on this one.
The Buried Penis Syndrome
This one is from an interesting web site I've never seen before. It's about guys who have this unusual issue with their penises.
"While not harmful, a 'buried penis' can be uncomfortable. As you have noted, the appearance of a buried penis can look like a turtle hiding its head in the buried shaft skin. One can be born with this condition with detachment of skin from the underlying penile shaft. Gaining weight will make it worse. Certain positions such as leaning over during biking can further bury the penis. One surgery, known among urologists as a 'wacker tacker,' can fix this condition. However, if it is just a buried penis, it is perfectly fine to live the rest of your life this way without surgery. But if it bothers you, go see your local urologist."
You can read more here.
More On Buried Penis Syndrome
Of course I had to google Buried Penis Syndrome. I didn't know it existed. And I actually found a lot of information with just a simple search. This one is from WebMD.
A “hidden” or “buried” penis refers to a penile shaft that is buried below the surface of the penile skin and also to a partially or totally obscured penis. There are numerous causes of a hidden or a buried penis including congenital, obesity, aging with an overlying fold of abdominal fat and skin, a shortage of penile skin from chronic inflammation, or an overly aggressive circumcision.
Here's the rest. There is a procedure that can correct this in most cases.