Man Dies After Having Penis Injected With Silicone In a Lame Attempt to Enlarge It
It's Too Tragic to Even Make the Joke That's Running Through Your Mind Right Now
Fellas, check out the photo at left … would you allow that woman to inject your junk with anything, in an attempt to make it bigger?
Sadly, 22-year-old New Jersey resident Justin Street did, and just one day after answering a flyer the woman -- 35-year-old Kasia Rivera -- had placed at local businesses, he was dead.
Now Rivera has been charged with causing his death with an injection of silicone into his penis, which a medical examiner ruled led to death by silicone embolism.
Street died back in May, and Rivera is currently free on $75,000 bail, after investigators say she was running her non-licensed penis enlarging business out of her East Orange, New Jersey apartment.
Rivera pleaded not guilty to the charge of reckless manslaughter.
And a big, important P.S. for any dudes reading this story and taking away only the idea that maybe they can juice of the family jewels with an injection of anything … that will be a -- okay, sorry, we can't help ourselves with just one pun -- tough nut to crack.
A urology professor from the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota tells the Associated Press that he's heard of many cases where men tried to inject fat and other substances into their penises to enlarge them, but it simply doesn't work.
"If there were a legitimate method for penile lengthening, Johnson & Johnson or Pfizer would have bought it up and made billions and billions of dollars worldwide," Dr. Daniel Elliott said. "The fact that they don’t means it does not exist."