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Daren Scott Suing Hospital For Watching Baseball Game While His Penis Was Painfully Erect

by Robert Littal | Posted on Tuesday, June 5th, 2012
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Red Sox fans are hardcore.

Doesn’t matter if you are having a penis malfunction if the game is on you are going to have to wait.

Daren Scott of Brockton, Mass., is seeking $2 million in his federal lawsuit against Yale-New Haven Hospital. The lawsuit says Scott was diagnosed before the incident with recurrent priapism, a persistent painful erection unrelated to sexual stimulation.

Scott was driving customers from Boston to New York on April 17, 2009, when he suffered a persistent and disabling erection.

While waiting, Scott said he noticed that the facility’s staff, including physicians on duty, was watching the game on TV. Scott says his pain worsened and he told a nurse.

“Notwithstanding this call for help, the staff, including the physicians, continued to watch the baseball game and ignore plaintiff’s condition,” the lawsuit states.

Scott says he was later taken to the hospital and forced to wait another four hours before receiving treatment. He said an operation was unsuccessful and he remained in great pain for several months.

When I was at The Ohio State University, there was a drug dealer in the dorm I stayed in. He had all type of stuff in that dorm room and he gave one of my friends some left over Viagra he had.

My frien decided to take just half a pill.

Three hours later he was still having an “issue”, so we had to take him to the emergency room. While in the waiting room I asked a nurse would he be ok and she said………..

“Sure, they just stick a BIG NEEDLE…..”

I don’t think I need to say anything else, just know that I could be 90 years old and would never touch a Viagra pill after hearing what else she had to say.

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