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Two Wieners Were Just Too Much

A German man who lost his penis in a motorcycle accident ended up getting two new ones. But instead his wife being thrilled about the erotic possibilities, she up and left him.

Wouldn't it be a woman's dream, a doubly equipped man? Evidently not

Wouldn't it be a woman's dream, a doubly equipped man? Evidently not

Michael Gruber loved his bike, until an accident on it eight years ago cost him his manhood, literally. He lost the penis he was born with in the smashup, but thanks to modern science doctors were able to keep him from living the life of a monk.

They reconstructed the organ using a mixture of skin, bone and other tissues from his own body and from all accounts, it was a smashing success. Gruber even fathered a child with his wife, Bianca, using the new appendage.

But Gruber began complaining that the prosthetic was frequently infected and it became almost impossible for he and his wife to have sex. He asked doctors to build him a new one, which they did in a Berlin clinic.

However, doctors left the first reconstruction attached, just to make sure the new one took and was properly supplied with blood. Suddenly, Gruber was the proud owner of two willies. One might think he'd be the envy of every male on the planet.

But when wife Bianca got a look at the duo, she packed her backs and left, taking son Etienne with her.

"I've got two penises, but no wife, but I am hoping when I get rid of the one of the penises I will get her back," Gruber said from his hospital bed.

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  • Date 12.03.2005
  • Author DW staff (jam)
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