A man had his penis sliced open by doctors after getting a metal bead chain stuck up inside it.
The man went to hospital complaining of a sharp shooting pain surging through his genitals, which he described as feeling 'like electricity'.
Doctors discovered the man, in his 30s, tried 'to achieve orgasm' by dangerously putting jewelry into his urethra.
After climaxing from the interesting masturbation technique, he fell asleep and later woke up in unbearable agony.
The chain's sizable beads had been embedded inside his penis, and he could not remove them for fear of injuring himself further.
The worried man consulted doctors to save him from his predicament.
The urologist who treated the patient, said: "The patient didn't know how to remove the chain at home. He was already injured and stuck, but if he tried to pull it out, his entire urethra might have been damaged."
The doctor added that under normal circumstances the chain should have slipped back out, but the man's urethra had tightened due to tension.
He said the man was in 'severe discomfort' and the beads were affecting the sensitive nerves causing a 'shooting pain like electricity'.
Surgeons had to cut open his penis to untie the knot before reconstructing his urethra.