Mohammed Abad lost his penis as a child. Due to technological advances, he got a bionic one, and he finally lost his virginity at the age of 44, with a lady of the night.
When Abad was six, he was in a horrifying car accident that left him without his manhood. The security guard from Scotland spent three years undergoing surgery to get an 8-inch, fully-functional replacement penis, crafted with a skin graft from his arm.
After many decades and numerous surgeries, he's proud to declare to the world that he's no longer a virgin.
Mohammed Abad was waiting to lose his virginity since he was a teenager
After spending several days, Abad lost his virginity, with a London sex worker. The 44-year-old told the media:
"It was great. I've been waiting for this day since I was 18."
He explained that Charlotte Rose, 35, and he spent several days in London's hotel getting to know each other. Charlotte initiated the meeting, and Abad knew he's in good hands. She was awarded the "British Erotic Award for Sex Worker of the Year" in 2013.
Mo, as his friends call him, said:
"I wanted someone who was willing to accept me the way I was."
"I'm a learner. I've got L plates. I didn't want to go in all guns blazing and make an idiot of myself."
It wasn't all smooth. The bionic penis failed to inflate on their big night, so the couple had to delay the proud moment.
As Abad explained:
"It was frustrating, but I'd already waited 20 years, so one more day didn't hurt."
The next night they finally did it! Mo recalled:
"When Charlotte saw it for the first time, she was silent, and I was a bit worried."
"But then she said: 'It's incredible.' It's nice to hear a lady say that."
"After it was over, I lay there with a big smile on my face."
It sounds like a typical losing virginity experience, though the bionic penis adds an unusual twist to this story.
Charlotte didn't do it for the money
Charlotte's usual rate is 160 British pounds per hour, but she didn't have sex with Mo to get paid. She said she was honored, explaining the whole experience:
"It was a real honor to be asked because your first time is a memory in your life you never forget."
"I wanted to make sure there was no pressure for Mo. There was a lot of fun, smiles, and giggles."
"The room got quite heated."
So, how did Mo do?
"In the end, he lasted for an hour and three quarters. I was impressed."
Mohammed received his pioneering penis in 2012, having lived with a tube implant since being injured as a child. The first penis, however, only lasted for a short period, so Mo started to lose hope.
After spending 70,000 pounds and years of his life in hospitals, he finally got a working penis in 2015. Mo's next goal is to find a nice woman and settle down.
It's more than just a penis, as Mo told on Good Morning Britain:
"I feel brilliant, it's just changed me as a person totally, because three years ago before my operation I couldn't even talk to people."
While similar procedures help men with erectile dysfunction, Mo's bionic penis is among the first successful stories that include installing the entire equipment.
We're happy that this story had a happy ending in more ways than one!