Thai man has a sex ring removed with BOLTCUTTERS after it became stuck on his penis

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The doctors and nurses struggled to contain their laughter as the man in his 30s - who has not been identified - had the device removed.

A Thai man was taken to hospital to have a sex toy removed with boltcutters after it got stuck on his penis.

He was using the device at home but was left in agony when he could not detach it from his manhood.

He called the emergency services who sent an ambulance to take him to the nearest hospital in Bangkok, Thailand.

Eye-watering pictures show medics using 2ft-long boltcutters and a hacksaw to cut off the small penis ring on Wednesday night.

Medics struggled to contain their laughter as the man in his 30s – who has not been identified – had the device removed.

Volunteer rescue worker Jakchai Banyensakul said: ‘The man put the metal alloy ring on his penis for some kind of sex game at home.

‘I’m not sure if it was one he’d bought from a shop or something he found in the garage.

‘But he hadn’t measured himself properly and when his penis expanded he could not remove it.

‘He was very worried and in a lot of discomfort. He called the emergency services and volunteer rescue workers had to take him to hospital.

‘He was in so much pain he couldn’t get there himself.

Mr Banyensakul said doctors used lubrication to try to remove the ring but it remained stuck.

‘They had to use a saw and pliers to stretch the ring and then pull it off.

‘He was very sore afterwards and a bit embarrassed but thankful to still be able to use his penis properly.’

The metal ring was so strong that doctors spent three hours removing it. Sex rings are used by men to maintain erections.

They initially used hot soapy water and a pair of pliers to try and pull the device away without success.

Even a hacksaw could only make a small indentation in the surface.

Eventually they resorted to giant boltcutters to carefully break the ring before sliding a piece of metal under it while they prized it open.

Jack added: ‘The metal was really strong and it took two or three hours to completely break it open. It was made from very strong thick metal.

‘Thankfully the man suffered no injuries and he was able to go home. I don’t think he’ll be using a ring again though.’

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