A man has died after using super-strong glue to “seal his penis” at a drug-filled party with his girlfriend where they forgot to bring a condom.
Salman Mirza, 25, reportedly applied an epoxy adhesive to his manhood as a protective pad to prevent his fiancée from getting pregnant before having sex at a hotel in Gujarat, India.
Police said the couple – both drug addicts – entered the hotel in Ahmedabad’s Johapura district on June 22 before Mirza was found unconscious outside the next day.
After taking the drugs, they decided to use strong glue to “seal” his genitals during intercourse to avoid pregnancy, according to a senior Ahmedabad city police officer – who said the couple also mixed bleach with epoxy to inhale it for a “kick”. “.
“Several witnesses said that Mirza and his ex-fiancée, both drug addicts, went to a hotel in Jhapura,” the officer said. Times of India.
“Since there was no protection for them, they decided to put the adhesive on his private organs to ensure that they wouldn’t get carried away.
“They had the adhesive on where they would sometimes use it with bleach to inhale the mixture to get a kick.”
The next day, Mirza was found unconscious in bushes near an apartment complex by an acquaintance, Firuz Shayk, who took him home.
But his condition deteriorated and he was urgently taken to Sola Civil Hospital, where he died of multiple organ failure – said to be caused by the adhesive.
The senior officer added, “Unfortunately, the adhesive damaged Salman’s organs, and he died of multiple organ failure.
His relatives have reportedly called for an investigation into his death, as they believe he may have taken a drug that affected his health, adding glue to his complications.
Deputy Commissioner of Police Premsuk Delu told local media: “The viscera samples of the deceased have been sent for forensic examination.
We are waiting for the report.”
Dilo added that Mirza’s family claims it was the woman with him who put the glue on his manhood.
Experts previously warned men not to “close” their penises after a troubling product was promoted as a “more convenient and less intrusive way to cover yourself”.
The product named Jiftip, has raised concerns among health professionalsWhich cautioned that there is no evidence that the applicator patch is safe or effective in preventing pregnancy.