A man who was badly injured in a car crash as a child has discussed how he lost his virginity to a sex worker almost 40 years later.
Charlotte Rose opened up on the subject of taking Mohammad Abad's virginity last week, but as we know, people often tell very different versions of the same sexual encounter, and now he has shared his side.
Mohammad is fortunate just to be alive, having been dragged around 600 yards under a car as a six-year-old. He was given a fleshy tube in place of his penis in the wake of the incident, although later in life it became apparent that this made it impossible for him to have sex.
But at long last surgeons fitted Mohammad with a state of the art bionic penis, which opened up a whole new world of possibility. Appearing on ITV's This Morning alongside Charlotte Rose, Mohammad has now spilled the beans on how the two became acquainted, both online and in the boudoir.
He said: "When I was on my recovery period, I was on Facebook and social media and I came across Charlotte and obviously just carried on from there.
"She was intrigued to meet me and I was intrigued to meet her. We just hit it off. I'm honoured. Not everybody gets that opportunity. It's a big thing for me.
"I've never been one to one with a woman so I was obviously going to be nervous, but she was brilliant. She went with the flow. I left her in control."
And by the sounds of it, Charlotte had a great time too.
She said: "I was honoured. I was thrilled. I was shocked somebody in Mo's position would think of me out of the thousands of people out there that do my work that he chose me.
"I was literally in control. It was amazing, Mo actually showed me how to operate it and I had a go at operating it myself.
"It's incredible. If that person [the surgeon] could go around creating such wonderful things us women love as much as men do, then happy days for the majority of people who get one.
"It was great. It was amazing. It was brilliant. We spent a good two hours together intimately. It was just fantastic. We really thoroughly enjoyed ourselves."
So it seems practice doesn't make perfect after all, what you really need is the very best that modern day medical science has to offer.
Now a relieved and rejuvenated Mohammad is looking to get hitched.
He said: "I feel brilliant. It's changed me as a person totally because three years ago, before I had my operation, I never used to be able to talk to anybody.
"My dad is 78, he's getting on, he's not keeping very well, he'd like to see me married."
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