Monday, 4 January 2016

Man With Bionic Penis Set To Lose His Virginity At 43 To Sex Worker Who Usually Charges £200-an-Hour Free.

Mohammed Abad
Mr Adad looking forward to using his bionic penis now that he's been offered free sex.

Mohammed Abad from Edinburgh  who had his penis ripped off in a horror accident in childhood is to lose his virginity to an "award winning" dominatrix.
He is to play fight under cover with Charlotte Rose in London after a dinner date this week.
Rose, a sexual freedom campaigner, has offered to have sex with Mohammed after learning he had surgery to fit an 8-inch bionic penis which has only just begun working.

The 43-year-old was lucky to survive after he was run over in Huddersfield, in 1978, aged six - now he's excited for the moment he's going to have sex for the first time.

Charlotte Rose
Charlotte Rose is waiving her usual £200-an-hour fee for sex.

He said: “I have waited long enough for this — it’ll be a great start to the new year.
"My penis is working perfectly now so I just want to do it.
"I’m really excited. I can’t wait for it to finally happen.”
Mr Abad first had surgery to fit the 8inch bionic penis in 2012 and it has now become fully functional.
Rose who won British Erotic Award for Sex Worker of the Year in 2013 offered to have sex with Mohammed for free after learning about his plight from newspapers and the TV show Embarrassing Bodies .

The 35 year-old mum-of-two who starred on a Tv series on prostitution called ‘Love For Sale’ alongside actor Rupert Everett has waived her usual £200-an-hour fee.

Mohammed Abad, who had his penis sliced off in a horror road accident when he was six, on Embarrassing Bodies

She said: “I am so honoured that he chose me to take his virginity.
“We plan to have a dinner date so we can get to know each other and then two hours of private time. I’m not charging him.”
Charlotte  added: “I’m happy to help him build up confidence. “Hopefully he can then find a lovely lady to settle down with.”
It has been a smooth journey to sexual awakening for Mr Abad who dreams of becoming a father one day.
Two years ago he married but neglected to tell his wife of his condition until their wedding night.
She left him last year when she couldn’t wait any longer.