The man has to go to the ER room to get it fixed and this means he’s not able to have sex or create children so I hope the memory was good. The FDA does not regulate food supplements but there have been cases of recalls to where some were found to have the same ingredients as Viagra in some amounts, but no mention of that here. I’m with the urologists on their call on this one with the “rough sex” theory. I guess he may have to wait until the technology is there to grow him a new one at Wake Forest as they did for this rabbit back in 2009. BD
HOUSTON (CBS HOUSTON) – A Texas man has sued a sexual enhancement supplement company for allegedly causing his penis to fracture in a disturbing incident at a Houston motel.
Adrian Carter, 29, blames the supplement VirilisPro he bought last year, but urologists have told ABC News that penile fractures are most often the result of rough sex.
According to the lawsuit, Carter purchased the supplement in the “early morning hours” at a Chevron gas station on his way to the Scottish Inn. There, he engaged in sexual intercourse with his “paramour.”
The drug manufacturers Haute Health Limited Liability Company, Carney & Carney Financial Services, Solid Rock Worship Company and individuals Michael Heilig and Tyra Carney have all been named in the lawsuit. All are located in New Jersey.