In a bid to boost his sex performance, the 36-year-old took 100mg of erectile dysfunction drug Viagra.

But after the erection wouldn’t go down after having sex, he tried “vigorous masturbation” to relieve the problem – but nothing worked.

The following morning, his son ran in for a morning cuddle and fell over his erect penis, which still hadn’t gone down and caused it to snap.

According to the British Medical Journal, the man, from India, developed “sudden severe pain in his penis and lose tumescence”, which is the build up of blood.

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And the tissue surrounding these tubes also expands.

The man was taken to surgery where the blood clot was evacuated and the tear repaired.

Luckily, the procedure was a complete success and the patient was able to get an erection normally again.

The journal explained: “Penile fracture is a relatively rare condition, most frequently reported as a result of trauma during vigorous intercourse.

“Surgical repair, which was first done by Fetter and Gartman in 1936, is the most advocated treatment for this condition.”

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Meanwhile, this isn’t the first penis injury to occur in recent months.

Earlier this week, a man’s penis fell off and rotted away after he ignored skin cancer warning signs.

The 82-year-old was suffering from a huge ulcer on his member as well as severe swelling and skin shedding.

Tragically, the unnamed man died 15 days after doctors performed surgery on him.

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