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Pre-engagement tumescence requires Singapore sling

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A Malaysian welder who tried to lengthen his penis by fitting a nut to it had to have skin removed and blood drained before doctors could remove the offending add-on.

Local news organ The Star reports that the unfortunate 20-year-old tradesman was hoping to impress ahead of his engagement this week.

The welder, who works in Singapore, attended hospital on Thursday, reporting the nut had become stuck during a bout of tumescence. Doctors eventually removed it along with the skin and blood late on Friday, and yesterday said the patient would be discharged.

The local Fire and Rescue Department were involved in attempts to free the welder from his nut. There's no word on whether the jaws of life were deployed. ®

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