A Couple Was Rushed To The Hospital After Getting Stuck Together During Ocean Sex
An Italian couple got into a Weird and Scary situation while they were having Sex in the ocean at Porto San Giorgio – the couple got stuck together as the man was unable to withdraw from the woman.
They were rushed to hospital, thanks to a woman who saw them while walking alone on the isolated beach in the Marche region of Italy.
She handed them a towel to cover their modesty as they were helped to a nearby Hospital as one.
Il Mattino reported that the Couple was making the most of a warm day, and a practically deserted beach, when they decided to take a dip in the water to express their love.
What was supposed to be a short bonding moment for the couple turned Longer as the two were unable to get separated until they reached Hospital’s Emergency Room.
The woman was given an injection usually used to dilate the uterus of pregnant women, in order to untangle the couple.
Dr John Dean, a senior UK-based sexual physician, says this rare phenomenon is what doctors sometimes call “penis captivus” (captive penis).
“When the penis is in the vagina it becomes increasingly engorged,” he says, giving his hypothesis of what causes the problem.
“The muscles of the woman’s pelvic floor contract rhythmically at orgasm. While those muscles contract the penis becomes stuck and further engorged.”
Many dog-owners will have seen their pets getting stuck during copulation, which breeders refer to as a “tie”. However, there are distinct anatomical reasons for this, according to Peggy Root, an expert in animal reproduction at the University of Minnesota. A dog’s penis has a compartment which fills with blood after intercourse has begun, effectively locking the male in place.
Dr Dean says that several of his patients have discussed with him their experience of getting stuck over the years, more out of curiosity than because it was a major problem. He draws a distinction between penis captivus and the more common and serious condition of vaginismus, in which a woman’s vaginal muscles contract involuntarily, preventing intercourse.
History of penis Captivus
In 1372, Geoffrey de La Tour-Landry related how a voluptuary named Pers Lenard “delt fleshely with a woman” on top of an altar of a church, and God “tyed hem faste togedre dat night”. The following day the whole town saw the couple still entwined “fast like a dogge and biche togedre”. Finally prayers were spoken and the couple’s prolonged intercourse came to an end (although they were obliged to return to the church on three Sundays, strip naked and beat themselves in front of the congregation).
In the 1920s, a similar Event occured but sadly ended with a double suicide. This time, penis captivus afflicted lovers trysting in a garden after closing time, and the couple were only separated when the woman was put under anaesthetic. But the real tragedy came after journalists – “in their greed for sensational facts” – published the story. “The next day two revolver shots put an end to the mental sufferings of the two lovers.
Recent Similar Cases
Recent media reports of penis captivus – in Kenya, Malawi, Zimbabwe and the Philippines – all concern adulterous couples.
The Kenyan incident in 2012 supposedly occurred after the cuckolded husband paid a visit to a witch doctor. It was reported that the couple regained their liberty after prayers – and after the cheating man promised to pay the husband 20,000 Kenyan shillings (£140). He was filmed going to an ATM to withdraw the money.
The Zimbabwean media reported last year that a woman was bringing a law case against her long-term boyfriend for putting “runyoka” on her – a fidelity spell that caused her to get stuck on her lover. As one report put it, she was demanding compensation from the jealous boyfriend “for humiliating her and trying to control how she should use her private part”.
What Doctors are failing to Explain about the situation is the long period of interlock- the vaginal muscles are supposed to relax shortly allowing blood to flow out of the penis and the man can withdraw.