San Franciscan Henry Wolf Sues BMW, Claims Motorcycle Ride Gave Him 2-Year Erection
If months were inches, Henry Wolf wouldn’t be suing… But they’re not, and he is. Allow us to explain:
According to the Huffington Post, Wolf, of San Francisco, is suing BMW of North America as well as aftermarket seat manufacturer Corbin-Pacific, Inc., after a bizarre incident in which he claims riding on his 1993 BMW motorcycle caused a severe case of priapism— a painful, extended (time-wise, that is) erection often alluded to in erectile dysfunction drug ads– lasting an unbelievable two years.
Wolf’s lawsuit alleges that “the ridge-like seat on his motorcycle, negligently designed, manufactured and/or installed by [the] defendants” is to blame for his pre-dick-ament, which has left him “unable to engage in sexual activity, which is causing him substantial emotional and mental anguish.”
Wolf is seeking damages for personal injury, lost wages, product liability and emotional distress.
“It’s been long-known that compression of the neurovascular supply to the penis–if it’s compressed for a period of time, whether it be on a bicycle seat or some other device–it can actually cause prolonged numbness of the genitalia,” Dr. Michael Lutz of the Michigan Institute of Urology told CBS Detroit.
“Not only in men, but women can also get numbness in that region if they’re compressing those nervous structures to that region of the body,” he added.
We’ll soon see how Wolf’s argument– and another part of him– stands up in court.
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