Man’s Penis Gets Stuck Inside Woman — And Whoops — She’s Married And The Whole Town Saw It Happen

The craziest story of the week (that I’ve read) comes from South Africa and involves cheating, witchcraft, public fornication and the medical term for getting a penis stuck inside a vagina forever (which I always thought was called marriage.)

A 34-year-old “toyboy” which translates to “boy toy” in English, but Babblefish it, was called on by his lover to come on over and slip her the dong while her husband was out of town. Toyboy quickly turned to WHOA BOY! after the lothario’s pleasure stick got stuck inside her married vagina.

It gets worser.

Police had to be called in to restore order after a crowd gathered to see a cheating wife and her lover locked together during sex after the rumour spread that her husband had asked a witch doctor to put a curse on her private parts.

And although medical experts say the embarrassing experience was more likely a case of ‘penis captivus’, in which the woman’s vagina had contracted too much and trapped the man’s penis, they were unable to stop the rumour and the mob had quickly assembled.

A crowd? Were they at the mall? Leave a bay window open? How and why did a crowd gather?

The spell, known as a muthi, is designed to make sure that if someone other than the husband tries to have sex with the woman in question, he will remain stuck until the husband returns to extract his revenge. The shocked couple began calling for help, which soon turned into screams as they became more desperate for him to withdraw, according to local media.

To add insanity to hilarity, the crowd got so large and out of control, the police had to use force!

A police spokesman said: ‘We had to use pepper spray to disperse the crowd as they refused to leave and were causing huge problems.’

Medical experts said this scenario, though rare, is very possible. I say never doubt the muthi.

[H/T: Daily Mail]

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