Silicone Penis Pumping Parties Are A Thing And They’re No Good!

Illegal penis pumping parties are becoming increasingly more popular, according to Inquisitr.

The penis pumping phenomenon first made national headlines in 2012, when 22-year-old Justin Street hooked up with Kasia Rivera, a non-licensed professional from New Jersey, who agreed to inject his penis with non-surgical silicone to enhance his girth. The injection killed Street and Rivera was charged with manslaughter.

But evidently this cautionary tale hasn’t deterred other men from trying to enlarge their penises using similar means. Two years later, the problem still persists.

“Pumping parties” involve one person injecting non-surgical silicone into another person’s body. (That hardly sounds like a “party” to us, but whatever.) Usually the silicone comes from items found in your local hardware store, like tire polish or Fix-A-Flat. In the past, people, primarily women, have used pumping parties to enhance the sizes of their butts, but lately more and more men have been doing it to their penises.

Dr. Daniel S. Elliott, an associate professor of urology at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN, told Inquisitr that Street’s death in 2012 was the “first case he’d heard of involving a silicone injection to the penis,” though he’s encountered cases where men have attempted to enlarge their penises with “injections of fat or other substances.”

Sounds horrifying.

For any of you who may be considering this, Elliot has this word of advice:

“If there were a legitimate method for penile lengthening, Johnson & Johnson or Pfizer would have bought it up and made billions and billions of dollars worldwide. The fact that they don’t means it does not exist.”

Glad that’s been clarified. Now if you’d please excuse us, we need to go shower off.