A man whose penis is ripped off as a child is entitled to an 8-inch bionic replacement. Mohammed Abad, 43, has undergone pioneering surgery in the last three years to make new fully functioning penis hard.
Lost his genitals in a horrific accident at the age of 6 when he was hit by a car and dragged for 600 yards. Surgeons began crafting a proper replacement three years ago with a skin graft taken from his arm.
Abad masculinity has two tubes along its length which inflate with fluid when he presses a button on his testicles. "If you want a bit of action you press the 'on', and when you're done you press another button. It takes a few seconds," Abad, from Edinburgh, Scotland, told The Sun Abad , divorced and currently single, had his last surgery last month at University College London.
"I have a pump on my testicles, so when I want to have sex, I ask it, inflate it and the fluid makes its way the tubes and that gives me an erection, "he said. And after that, deflate it when I was done.
"Now the security guard dreams of having children, which he described as" a miracle. "