So apparently, a 29 year old male from Texas is suing Haute Health LLC because of a severe penis fracture he received last year while having sex under the influence of the male enhancement drug Vrilis Pro that they market. Adrian Carter, the victim in this case, says that he experienced "significant amounts of pain and large quantities of blood squirting out of his penis onto the sheets and mirror" after sex with his partner.
His doctor pins the cause of the fracture solely on the use of the drug, stating that Carter was completely healthy and sexually capable before using the drug, however University of Texas Professor of Urology Dr. LeRoy Jones says that his injury isn't that unusual.
"What happens is, when a guy has an erection, the penis is filled with blood and there's a lot of pressure," Dr. LeRoy Jones said. "If the pelvic bone hits the penis, you can kinda think of the penis as buckling. You can get a rupture and blood can leak out."
This is definitely an "interesting" lawsuit to have to be handled in court, but what's more interesting is the facts about penile fractures. Knowing that the penis can buckle under certain types of forceful impact during sex is a fact that all men should know to prevent injuries like this from happening. Not only will it cause a man to be out of sexual commission for a few weeks and deliver a great deal of pain, but it can also be a blow to the ego.
Even if Carter wins the case, I'm sure the money won't be able to fix the blow to his ego, but hopefully he will perform more cautiously during sex in the future.