Another man fractures penis during sex, but how does it happen?
Yet another man has had to go through the unimaginable pain of fracturing his penis.
Mr Alan Parke, who is from Ireland, had to undergo surgery and have his penis put in a sling after it snapped while having sex with his girlfriend, reported the Irish Mirror.
"All of a sudden I heard something snap. I've never known pain like this, it was absolutely excruciating," Mr Parke recounted his traumatic experience.
Even doctors were shocked by what they saw.
Said Mr Parke: "We went to Letterkenny General Hospital and the doctors there said it was the first time they'd ever seen anything like it."
In March this year, a 42-year-old man in Boston knew he was in trouble when he heard the same sickening snap while having sex with his partner.
Pix 11 reported that massive bruising caused his manhood to turn purple.
Like Mr Parke, he underwent an operation and was discharged the next day.
It may seem odd, but there's an explanation for this bizarre injury.
A report in the The Telegraph cites blunt force trauma as the cause of the problem.
The trauma ruptures the tunica albuginea, the fibrous membrane that envelopes the spongelike chambers on both sides of the penis.
The membrane then thins out and expands but when it becomes overstretched, it can cause the tear or "fracture".
This kind of injury is not common but must be treated immediately.
Only about 16 such cases have been reported each year.