Modern science has accomplished some incredible feats for man. The world’s first successful penis transplant happened in South Africa back in March, and now an Edinburgh man has been fitted with a bionic penis, The Sun reports.
Forty-three-year-old Mohammed Abad lost his genitals when he was hit by a car and dragged 600 feet at the age of six. Now, 37 years later, he’s getting a new chance at life. His sex life, that is. Surgeons at the University College London gave him an eight-inch long bionic penis.
It took years, and dozens of operations to craft and attach his new penis, molded using skin grafts from his arm, but the 11-hour operation was a success. By pressing a button in his scrotum, Abad can inflate his manhood with fluids from an implant fixed in his stomach.
"When you want a bit of action you press the 'on' button, and when you are finished you press another button. It takes seconds," he told The Sun. With a newfound sense of pride, Abad’s now looking for love.
"Some ladies might want to try it out," he said.