Man Shares Wild Story Of Oral Sex That He Says Put Him In The ER

Man who says oral sex incident sent him to the emergency room hospital with a punctured airway

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A gay man from the US has gone viral on Twitter after claiming a hookup’s 10-inch penis ruptured his airway and put him in the hospital.

The 19-year-old, named Fredy, said that the incident happened in January during a Grindr hookup with a neighbour.

At the time he snapped a selfie from the hospital bed but only recently shared the photo to Twitter.

“Excuse the bad angle but remember when I sucked a hulk sized dick and ended up in the ER afterwards LMFAO never forget,” he tweeted.

The post has gone viral, and Fredy told website Them that after the session, his chest was sore and he felt worse the following day.

“After everything had happened, I felt it was just this soreness in my chest. Nothing really hurt that bad,” he said.

“I thought, maybe my chest is just sore from what took place, and I didn’t think anything of it.

“I woke up the next morning, and the pain was still in my chest and it was sharp. I was hunched over and crying.”

Fredy explained that his mum drove him to the hospital but he said he came up with a fake story for his parents about how he got the injury.

“I didn’t tell my family about this situation because I didn’t want them to think I was a whore,” he tweeted.

Fredy spent three days in the hospital with a ruptured airway and eventually he told doctors the truth.

“Eventually, I had to tell the doctors exactly what happened to be treated the right way,” he said.

“The chances of it happening, and the fact that it happened is insane because the doctor told me getting the airway ruptured through oral intercourse is one in millions, maybe hundred millions.”

But the the teen also said he’s still in touch with the guy.

“I would do it over again if the situation was the present,” he said.

“I saw him two weeks ago, I’m not even going to lie. I told him what happened and since then when we decide to hook up or whatever he is a lot less rough.

“He’s more cautious and aware of what he’s doing.”

People on Twitter couldn’t get enough of Fredy’s story.

“We have found our leader!” one person wrote.

“A moment of silence for our heroes,” another said.

Nerelle Harper

Nerelle is a contributor for QN Magazine and QNEWS Online

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