A Case Of ‘Magun’: Penis Captivus, Elderly Man Dies While Stuck Inside A Sex Worker

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Penis captivus is a rare occurrence in intercourse when the muscles in the vagina clamp down on the penis much more firmly than usual (a form of vaginismus), making it impossible for the penis to withdraw from the vagina.  A natural but rare condition, Magun is an experience men or women never want to have.

One of the ways to separate people in ”penis captivus or vaginismus” is by giving the woman the same ejection used to dilate the uterus of pregnant women.

In China, a video on Wikileak shows a dead elderly man in penis captivus with a sex worker. The video rolls through the image of a man on a stretcher being rolled away, with something on him. Peering further into the video one will notice a ‘something’ draped in blanket.

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Reports have it the elderly man died following a cardiovascular attack while involved in sexual relations with a sex worker. The shock from the attack is presumed to be the reason for the spasm for the woman causing her to experience vaginismus which clamps and locks the mans penis in her. After his death, she can’t get him out.

Paramedics were called and she was rolled away to the hospital with the dead-man’s penis still inside her.

What an experience. manVaginismus is a sexual condition where the woman’s vagina clamps shut when it notices an object or vaginal insertion coming close to it. Preventing penetration. Penis Captivus is a form of Vaginismus as the ‘penis is captive’.

Speaking on the account, Dr John Dean, a senior UK-based sexual physician, says that penis captivus is a rare phenomenon. Attempting to give his own hypothesis of what causes the problem, he proposes;

“When the penis is in the vagina it becomes increasingly engorged. The muscles of the woman’s pelvic floor contract rhythmically at orgasm. While those muscles contract the penis becomes stuck and further engorged.”

Finally the vaginal muscles relax, the blood flows out of the penis and the man can withdraw. Many dog-owners will have seen their pets getting stuck during copulation, which breeders refer to as a “tie”.

An expert in animal reproduction a the University of Minnesota, Peggy Root states  that there are corporeally distinct reasons for dogs getting stuck during coitus; ”A dog’s penis has a compartment which fills with blood after intercourse has begun, effectively locking the male in place.”

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Many patients both those who have experienced it first-hand as well as those plain curious as to what the fuss is all about; have discussed the issues with their doctors more out of curiosity than it being a major problem.

In 1993, an author named Walter Stoeckel speculated in a manual of gynaecology that penis captivus only affects couples engaged illicit sex, the fear of detection is assumed to be a factor contributing to the woman’s vaginal muscular spasm. 

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There has been recent media reports in certain African countries ie Zimbabwe, Malawi, Kenya, and the Phillipines about penis captivus occurring, with every incident involving adulterous couples.

 

There is a Youtube video in 2012 regarding a very popular penis captivus incident showing crowds gathering around a house in Nairobi, Kenya. The treachery is presumed to be perpetuated by the unfaithful woman’s husband who is said to have visited a witch doctor to have his ”wife stuck with any man if she cheats on him.”

After few hours of prayers, they were disentangled, and the cheating man paid the husband twenty-thousand Kenyan shillings (£140)

Also, in Zimbabwe. media reports last year also tells the predicament of a woman claiming her husband put ‘runyoka’ on her. She got stuck while cheating with another man. Runyoka is a fidelity spell which causes one to get stuck if a married person is engaged in promiscuity.

The woman takes her long-time boyfriend to court over the issue; demanding that the jealous boyfriend compensate her for” humiliating her and trying to control how she should use her private part.”

Last year, Zimbabwean media reports of a woman who suing her long-term boyfriend for putting “runyoka” on her – a fidelity spell that caused her to get stuck on her lover. As one report put it, she was demanding compensation from the jealous boyfriend “for humiliating her and trying to control how she should use her private part”.

Penis Captivus also happens to married couples. There are true tales of married couples especially first time virgins experiencing penis captivus.

The British Medical Journal received a letter from Dr Brendan Musgrave, recalling an incident in 1947, from his days as a house doctor at the Royal Isle of Wight County Hospital. “I can distinctly remember the ambulance drawing up and two young people, a honeymoon couple I believe, being carried on a single stretcher into the casualty department,” he wrote.

Recalling an incident in 1947, Dr Brendan Mugrave who was a house doctor at the Royal Isle  of Wight County Hospital wrote to the British Medical Journey on penis captivus;

“I can distinctly remember the ambulance drawing up and two young people, a honeymoon couple I believe, being carried on a single stretcher into the casualty department.”

 

 

 

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