Source Pravda.Ru

Russian Young Man Got His Package Frozen to Bus Stop

A crowd of people had to help a male citizen of the Russian city of Stavropol, after he got frozen to a bus stop booth. The young man was coming back home from a bar and stopped leaning over a bus stop in order to relieve his unary bladder. However, he moved his body a little bit forward and his penis stuck to the cold metal of the booth. It was 30 degrees below zero at that moment. A crowd of people gathered around the poor guy, giving him a lot of pieces of advice, which were basically useless. The guy was saved by a man, who brought a kettle of warm water from a drugstore nearby, and poured the water on the cold fusion of the metal wall and man’s penis. The young man ran away from the site of the incident, having refused from any medical aid.

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