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Erective Surgery

A Texas man woke up after surgery to find his penis missing. He was very pissed.

DALLAS (Reuters) - An out-of-court settlement has been reached in the case of a North Texas man who woke up from bladder surgery only to find that doctors had amputated his penis without permission, lawyers said on Thursday.

Terms of the out-of-court settlement were not disclosed but Hurshell Ralls, 67, had been seeking over $5 million in a civil suit he filed in Wichita Falls, Texas, against the two doctors who removed his penis. They did not admit to any wrongdoing in the settlement.
Hopefully this man is very rich now. He deserves to be...


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Comments (1)

Ummm...I don't see where am... (Below threshold)

Ummm...I don't see where amputating a penis would come into play in any surgery, except a horrible injury of some kind. Was the surgeon on crack or something?






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