EMBARASSING Situation As Two Alleged Gay Men Who Get Stuck During Sex (Video)

EMBARASSING Situation As Two Alleged Gay Men Who Get Stuck During Sex (Video)


A man and woman getting stuck during sexual intercourse also known as Magun seldom occur, but with the emergence and snowballing of homosexuality, who would have thought that 2 men will end up getting stuck to each other?  A video circulating online shows two young men believed to be gays in that embarrassing situation.


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In the video, one of the two men could be seen ‘glued’ to the other on the back as they both cried amidst attempts to detach from each other. Bystanders who appear to be neighbours who trooped to their rescue could also be seen bringing them out from the room in which they were allegedly having the sexual intercourse.

With a cloth wrapped around them, the two virtually were folded together and placed in a car, ostensibly to be conveyed to the hospital for treatment. Some women who appeared to be neighbours in the house believed to be a compound one could be heard grumbling and booing the two alleged gay lovers. It is not clear yet where the incident happened, but some sceptics are of the view that the video might be an act for a film, and that may not be far-fetched.

Watch the video below:




You may wonder, can a man get stuck during sex?  It sounds like a scene from a trashy sex comedy. But stories of getting stuck during sex have been with us for centuries – and some of them might just be true. An emergency trip to the hospital is never pleasant, but it’s certainly not something you would want to happen after sex.

“It’s not the most romantic ending a couple can imagine,” says Dr Aristomenis Exadaktylos, author of a study of 11 years of admissions to his hospital in Bern, Switzerland.




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He and his co-authors found plenty of patients who had experienced problems after sex – migraines, heart problems, even amnesia. But asked on the BBC’s Health Check radio programme if he had come across a case of the woman’s vagina clamping on to the man’s penis, he said “No” – and added that the idea was probably an urban myth.

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