A man set out on a tour through the city of San Francisco, CA on his BMW motorcycle, returned home aroused, and has been that way since.
That was back in May of 2010. Henry Wolf, an American man, has been diagnosed with priapism, a condition that Dr. Michael Lutz of the Michigan Institute of Urology clarifies for us as “prolonged numbness of the genitalia”.
As for the cause, he clears that up too, saying “It’s been long-known that compression of the neurovascular supply to the penis …for a period of time, weather it be on a bicycle seat or some other device…” is what will bring the condition on.
With that, Wolf has filed a lawsuit against BMW, and the seat manufacturer Corbin-Pacific for causing his medical problem. While the after-market seat is generally designed to make riding more comfortable, Wolf’s suit claims it has resulted in him being “unable to engage in sexual activity, which is causing him substantial emotional and mental anguish.”
Wolf’s trip has been described as he “was riding his 1993 BMW motorcycle equipped with a Corbin-Pacific seat…” for a “ride that lasted approximately two hours each way to Plaintiff’s destination, after which Plaintiff developed a severe case of priapism.”
The suit was filed last week against both companies.
Gentlemen, choose your motorcycles wisely.
- By: Alexandra Koken
Source: The Sun