Man’s penis amputated by mistake after he’s wrongly diagnosed with a tumour

We got here some interesting story from Italy, where a shocking medical mistake has left a man without his manhood!

A 30-year-old urologist in Italy is now under investigation for amputating a patient's penis after wrongly diagnosing him with a tumour.

The operation was performed flawlessly, or so they thought, until post-surgery tests revealed the tumor did not exist in the first place.

The heartbroken patient, believed to be in his 60s, is now seeking compensation for the appalling error.

This incident occurred at the San Donato Hospital in Tuscany, Italy.

This is not the first incident of its kind; a similar case was reported in France in December last year.

A man in his 30s had his entire penis removed after a series of medical errors at the Nantes University Hospital.

The victim, who only has his testicles remaining, says he has "no feeling" where his penis once was.

The surgery left him feeling hopeless, and he remarked, "You can't replace the feeling of a penis with several sensors." The Frenchman's lawyer was initially hoping to win his client 1 million euros in damages, but he was eventually awarded only 62000 euros.