Man, 30, complained of having a 'very ugly penis' after getting married

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Married man, 30, has surgery to fix his 'very ugly penis' after an incontinence device destroyed the flesh and made it look like 'someone had taken a couple of bites out of it' The unnamed man sought help about his 2.4inches of deformed penile skin Doctors said his problems were caused by not regularly changing his sheath A urologist said the man's penis looked like someone had 'taken bites out of it'

By Stephen Matthews Health Editor For Mailonline

Published: 10:47 BST, 16 September 2019 | Updated: 10:47 BST, 16 September 2019

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A man who complained of having a 'very ugly penis' has finally had it repaired by surgeons after getting married.

The unnamed 30-year-old, from Jordan, complained about the 2.4inches (6cm) of deformed skin running down the shaft of his penis.

Doctors said his embarrassing problem was caused by a sheath – a condom-like covering that is given to incontinent men to collect urine.

He left the device on for too long, which cut off the blood supply and destroyed the flesh, leaving him with a penis that looked like someone had 'taken a couple of bites out of it'.

The unnamed 30-year-old, from Jordan, complained about the 2.4inches (6cm) of deformed skin running down the shaft of his member. Doctors said his penile problems were caused by a sheath (pictured) – a condom-like covering that is given to incontinent men

The unnamed 30-year-old, from Jordan, complained about the 2.4inches (6cm) of deformed skin running down the shaft of his member. Doctors said his penile problems were caused by a sheath (pictured) – a condom-like covering that is given to incontinent men

The gruesome tale was published in the journal Urology Case Reports alongside before and after pictures of the man's penis.

The patient was treated at the Abo Obaida Hospital near Irbid, a city situated close to Jordan's border with Syria and Israel.

He was originally given a sheath aged 18 to treat his urinary incontinence.

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